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Old 12-26-2013, 11:51 AM
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Adaptronic ECU's

Hello Members, We are now selling Rx8 plug and play Adaptronic Ecu's.

This Adaptronic Rx-8 Plug In Standalone ECU uses MAP based VE Tuning in real time. Combined with automated injector staging, and intake valve timing it is not only the easiest, but most advanced ecu for the Mazda Rx-8.



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  • This Adaptronic ECU uses a generic supplied USB cable to access every portion of the ECU for real time tuning( not a flash tune).
  • You can switch on the fly between maps( 1 street, vs 1 track map etc). You will need to wire in an external switch for this.
  • This unit has closed loop tuning when parred with an external wideband. Innovate Wideband units plug directly into the ECU via serial connection, no soldering required. When an Innovate Wideband is used the controller will tell the ECU if the sensor is bad, and automatically change from closed to open loop tuning.
  • The Adaptronic can self tune itself all of the time, even in boost, and has a wide range of fine tune ability. It can not only trim the fuel maps, but self edit them if setup properly. The unit also does the same for idle control, and transient throttle( throttle response) The Adaptronic uses Volumetric Efficiency Tuning. You input the fuel injector size, engine size, injector dead band timing, and the unit uses internal algorithms to deliver a more accurate & linear tune twice as fast as millisecond tuning. The injector staging between primary and secondaries is also automated, you never have to touch this. VE tuning when parred with closed loop AFR feedback gets rid of the need to re-tune when there are large ambient pressure or temperature changes. Some ECU brands offer VE tuning for batch injection, but this will not work on a rotary. The Adaptronic is able to use VE tuning with staged injection. Staged injection is what all rotary engines use.
  • You can listen to knock through a set of regular headphones if you have the OEM knock sensor hooked up.
  • Although the ecu is setup for the stock sensors, you may request to unlock certain features to use any sensor you like.
  • If you ever want to use E85, there is a closed loop tuning available. Just add a flex sensor like the Zeitronix.
  • You can do a push to pass cockpit switch for track cars( temporarily increase boost when pushed). Requires an external switch which is sold separately.
  • This unit has a entire map for boost control. Add a $40 MAC 3 port boost solenoid and you have a electronic boost controller. You can do boost control based on transmission gearing( uses the OEM factory tranny sensors). All you need is a boost solenoid hooked to the ECU, and you can set max boost based on each gear. For example, 10 psi in 1st, and 2nd, then 15psi in 3rd, and 20psi in 4th/5th.
  • The ECU is compatible with most Race display dashes, like the RacePak, AIM, and Race Technologies units.
  • This Adaptronic unit has Traction Control Capabilities that cut the ignition in increments of 1% which gives you a gradual torque reduction for better traction control.
  • You can control the rev limiter, or over-boost setting based on fuel cut, ignition cut or both.
  • Compatible with PLX multi-display guage, and Android phones for real-time engine parameter display.
  • Data-logging with both external AFR & EGT components
  • Built in Auxiliary Injection Pump Controls
  • Maintains OEM functions- Cruise control, ABS, Stability Control, Dash features, and Check engine light.
  • SeriesII( 2009+) require E420D Basic or E440D Select Wire In Models.

Please PM for pricing or give us a call at 865-982-4109
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Old 01-03-2014, 10:26 AM
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The best ECU on the market for the Rx-8. If you have any questions feel free to email, call, or just send us a pm.
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It's awesome I have one running my turbo 8 and it's the best by far
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Old 01-13-2014, 11:56 AM
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Originally Posted by stigma8 View Post
It's awesome I have one running my turbo 8 and it's the best by far
That is great to hear! We hope to bring more Rx-8 customers over the Adaptronic Platform.
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I know there was some talk on how to properly control the SSV and VDI how was this worked out?
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Shelldude tells you how to do on the 6 port in his thread.
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Tax time is coming around!
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I know the Adaptronic stuff is able to control boost. Dose the RX8 compatable ECU also have this function?
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You have to have a separate boost solenoid to make that function work. How it is connected to do that i do not know yet.
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Got plenty of these in stock
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Another unit sold today! Lets get these moving faster
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price

How much do these cost
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