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The AEM ECU Extension Harness is perfect for those who are installing electronics that need to be tapped off of your factory ECU harness. In the past, you would have to literally cut into your factory harness to connect such components as turbo timers, data loggers, fuel computers and other devices that need to bypass or modify the ECU's signal.
Narco Ar 500 Installation Manual. With the AEM ECU Extension Harness, all you do is simply plug this harness between your ECU, and your factory harness, and you are all set! When doing your installs, simply tap into the new AEM ECU Harness, and since you are not splicing into your factory harness, you can always go back to stock in a second - simply remove the harness! Each wiring harness is designed to be used with your specific vehicles wiring harness, and is built with the factory original harness connectors.
It's simply plug and play! Each AEM ECU Extension harness comes with a 1 year manufactures warranty. This is a pre-owned ECU from a manual transmission 3rd generation 2.0L non-MSP Mazda Protege. These are typically used when running a piggyback computer on a Mazdaspeed Protege. This ECU is plug and play, and will not throw any check engine lights when installed to your Mazdaspeed Protege.
The advantage of running this ECU on an MSP with a piggyback spark and fuel controller is the fact that it has a much more linear base map which has a leaner air:fuel ratio and a more predictable timing map. This allows you to add fuel in a straightforward manner with an additional injector setup, and allows you to make more straightforward timing modifications with the piggyback computer. This device is crucial when running boost on a Protege with a non-turbo ECU. A non-turbo Protege wants to run at a 14.7:1 air:fuel ratio, and you need to run much richer than that (around 12:1).
Without this device, when you add fuel (be it by an FMU, extra injectors, etc) under closed loop, the stock ECU will see this, and learn to pull the fuel, making you run too lean under boost and detonate. This device knows when you're on boost, and when you are, it will tell the ECU that you are running a 14.7:1 air:fuel ratio so no fuel is pulled by the ECU. This simple device can be the difference between a happy motor and a blown motor. P Sport 1000 Flying Lead Kit Long-High Performance Fuel and Ignition ECU With 8 channels capable of controlling injection and ignition duites, the Platinum Sport 1000 can support most modern engines (including 2 rotor engines) with multi-coil or conventional distributor ignition systems as well as aftermarket CDI systems. It is capable of controlling sequential injection on engines up to 4 cylinders, or semi-sequential up to 8 cylinders, combined with direct fire ignition for engines up to 4 cylinders or wasted spark ignition on engines up to 8 cylinders.