The all new Elite 750 ECU comes in a compact size water proof case with a single 34 pin AMP connector.
This little package packs as much pack as possible given its size, what you get is
- 6 Injector Drivers
- 6 Ignition Drivers
- 5 Programmable Outputs
- 2 Analog Voltage Inputs
- 2 Digital Pulsed Inputs
Of coarse it includes critical engine sensor inputs like
- Air Tempreture
- Coolant Temperature
- Throttle Position
- Manifold Pressure
- Crank & Cam Sensor
The beauty of the 750 is not so much whats in the box but the programming software it runs on. Because the 750 is an Elite ECU it runs on the ESP Software similar to its bigger brothers and what makes the ESP software so unique is flexibility, and by flexibility what i mean is that every map in the Elite 750 has fully flexible and definable axis.
So if you would like to setup a correction on your timing map based on wheel speed - you can do this.
Or perhaps you want to setup an individual cylinder fuel trim based on based on both boost and exhaust gas temperature - you can do this.
Or maybe you don't want anything near as complex and you just want to trim in some more fuel in cylinder 4 because you know that it always runs hot on your particular type of engine - you can do this too.
So you have the ability to make your own custom map setup and it can be as simple or as complex as you like.
Data logging is also available on the Elite 750 ECU with up to 10 channels being available for on-board data logging and as many channels as you like for laptop data logging.
Variable Cam Control is also supported although only for engines with a single cam sensor only, and this must be located on the variable cam.
LTFT ( Long Term Fuel Trim) is also enabled on the ECU which allows the map to self tune itself over time.
There are many other features available on the 750 that i have not mentioned so if you have any other questions about the Elite 750 or any other ECU in this range please don't hesitate to give us a call on the phone, send us a email or hit us up on Facebook..