JRR Polaris RZR XP M130 PNP Kit
Kit variants available for the following two cylinder models:
This full standalone kit replaces the stock ECU and provides a powerful tuning solution. The M130 kit plugs right in to your Polaris RZR and includes a start up calibration customized to your setup
Full control of all engine parameters including fuel, timing, boost, launch, etc. with live tuning
Support for staged injection - run a second set of injectors for high power or alcohol fuels
Closed loop lambda control - using optional lambda sensor
Flex fuel control - adjust fuel, timing, boost, cold start and more based upon ethanol content
Launch control - trigger from brake switch, vehicle speed or add an external switch
2-stage nitrous control - various parameters supplied to control nitrous systems including bottle heater relay control based on nitrous pressure
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
Comprehensive knock control using OE sensor can be adjusted to suit any mechanical changes to the engine.
Supports the use of AEMnet lambda devices, as well as lambda controllers with a 0-5v signal output
Supports direct input from a MoTeC/Racegrade CAN keypad
You (or your tuner) have full control, at all times, of every aspect of engine operation along with the data to make informed tuning decisions. No more sending ECUs out for a mystery re-flash, and hoping it is optimum for your exact setup. Knowledge is power - race (and play) smart!
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 kit 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 ECU kit is for closed course competition vehicles only. It does not meet federal emissions requirements.