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Old 12-19-2012, 12:59 PM
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G4 MiniLink Plug-In Overview
A Full Stand Alone ECU - not a piggy back system.
The G4 MiniLink Plug-In ECU runs the same powerful micro controller and firmware as the G4 Xtreme.
• Up to 6D fuel and ignition mapping
• Precision closed loop cam control (four cam, independent control)
• Sequential fuel delivery
• Digital triggering, OEM patterns
• OEM idle hardware supported
• 6D boost control with three switchable tables
• Motorsport features - antilag, launch control, flat shift
• Continuous barometric correction (on board) CAN port - supports all factory systems
• Full E-throttle support / control
• QuickTune - automated fuel tuning
• Individual cylinder correction USB tuning cable included
• Stats recording into on-board memory
• Gear compensations for spark, boost etc.
• Real time selectable dual fuel, ignition and boost maps
• Sync and crank sensors can be a combination of Hall effect, variable reluctance or optical
• Boost control referenced to gear, speed or throttle position for any condition
• Up to 4MB internal logging memory
• Firmware updates available online (linkecu.com)
• Knock with "windowing" via additional G4 KnockBlock

Plug-ln ECUs that deliver:
1. Take your car into a qualified Tuner. They will....
2. Locate the original factory ECU, unplug the loom and remove the enclosure from the car
3. The red aluminum G4 enclosure will fit in the original ECU location.
4. Plug in the loom.
5. Fit a MAP (Manifold Air Pressure) line from the ECU to the engine's inlet manifold.
6. Plug the supplied USB cable into their laptop and connect using PCLink.
7. Start the engine (it should start immediately and run smoothly) and drive the car onto the dyno.
8. Dyno tune the car to make it the best it can be, all in a minimum of time.
9. Enjoy your car now that it makes exciting power, idles beautifully, starts cleanly and drives smoothly.
 
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