JRR Arctic Cat Wildcat XX firmware license for MoTeC M1 ECU
If you are a MoTeC dealer or already own an M1 ECU, you can purchase just the firmware license - no ECU purchase required
This firmware is based upon MoTeC GPR and includes the following features:
Complete integration with Arctic Cat CAN bus - maintains full OE vehicle operation and dash functionality (stock ECU not needed)
Sensor input for optional drive belt temperature - including warning system and limiter
Launch control/anti lag is standard, based on vehicle speed or switch input
Flex fuel control - adjust fuel, timing, boost, cold start and more based upon ethanol content
Supports running two separate fuel systems - each running a different type of fuel
Nitrous control - various parameters supplied to control nitrous system including bottle heater control
CO2/wastegate pressure control - controls a fill/bleed solenoid setup to control wastegate pressure
Water injection control - with failsafe for boost/timing/fuel based on pressure sensor feedback
Supports the use of third party lambda controllers with 0-5v output
Supports momentary buttons
Supports direct input from a MoTeC/Racegrade CAN keypad
The lower price (compared to GPR) is due to this firmware being locked to the OE engine (unless otherwise noted). Locking is done by hard coding the crank and cam trigger pattern, cylinder number and firing order in the firmware. To change to a different engine or non stock trigger pattern requires purchasing a different firmware license. Multiple firmware licenses can be installed on a single ECU.
Like anything, the MoTeC M1 requires knowledge and experience to gain the best results. While we are happy to answer technical questions, purchase of this M1 firmware does not come with unlimited tuning support. We can quote tuning for your particular setup, refer you to someone in your area, or if you prefer to do it yourself (and lack the experience) then we can also quote training.
This firmware is for closed course competition vehicles only. It does not meet federal emissions requirements.