Link G4 Storm and Extreme ECU Wire In Release!

Link G4 Storm and Extreme ECU Wire In Release!

August 27, 2008

Update: The G4 Storm delivers tuneability and performance that rivals any engine management system on the market. While offering slightly less inputs and outputs than the soon to be released G4 Xtreme the G4 Storm is more than capable of running sequential injection, ignition and variable valve timing on most of today’s engines. The G4 Storm offers all of the advanced G4 tuning features at an extremely competitive price:

  • four injection drives
  • four ignition outputs
  • three/four analog inputs*
  • two temperature inputs
  • three/four digital inputs*
  • eight auxiliary outputs
  • one, thirty four pin, waterproof connector
  • built in, 2.5 bar, MAP sensor
  • USB to Link CAN cable
  • Link CAN connector
  • Spare injection and ignition channels can be auxiliary outputs

* One digital input shares the same pin as one analogue input

Key Features

  • Built in 2.5 bar MAP sensor (2.5 bar absolute, 1.5 bar of boost) or add an external MAP sensor
  • Up to 6D fuel and ignition mapping
  • Precision closed loop cam control (four cam, independent control)
  • Sequential fuel and ignition delivery
  • Digital triggering, all OEM patterns
  • Rotary – up to two rotors, fully sequentially staged injection and sequential ignition
  • OEM idle hardware supported
  • 5D boost control with three switchable tables
  • Motorsport features – antilag, launch, flat shift
  • Continuous barometric correction (on board)
  • CAN port
  • QuickTune – automated fuel tuning
  • Individual cylinder correction
  • Odd-fire engines & two-strokes
  • USB tuning cable included
  • Stats recording into on-board memory
  • Gear compensations for spark, boost and fuel
  • 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
  • Up to 4Mb internal logging memory
  • Staged injection
  • “Firmware” updates via
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