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- Just in time for the National Kit Car Show at Stoneleigh, Road Runner Racing have been working
on a new hire car for Javelin Trackdays. Using our ECU, the car features an MX5 NB engine (Mk 2.5)
with closed loop VVT, closed loop knock control and Jenvey throttle bodies.
One of our jobs on the rolling road this month - a lovely Peugeot 205 hillclimb & sprint car. Fitted with
Weber carburettors, we fitted our Injection ECU (running ignition only for now) with a programmable
advance curve, rev limiters and several power runs.
- Customer Frank Hall (organiser of Practical Performance Car magazine trackdays at Blyton Park) has
upgraded his Mercedes 280e to full fuel injection with bike throttle bodies and our Canems ECU. Some
videos & pictures below...
Lloyd Developments have been busy again this month. This conversion is a real success - a supercharged TVR
Chimaera, producing 363bhp. Pictures and a video for you below:
Gardner Douglas called us in to convert this LS7
powered T70 to full drive-by-wire using our sequential ECU. Full mapping session soon,
but the main aim is to improve low speed running and warmup characteristics.
Road Runner Racing customer Terry has supercharged his SR2. View his website here.
Now running easily over 200bhp with his plug and play Canems ECU kit, this makes for a rapid kit car!
Tim Adams Racing Engines supplied this tuned
LS3 motor, running an easy 600+bhp. Using our sequential ECU, this was subsequently
dropped into a Peugeot 205 shell! Final setup by Lloyd Developments.
This MNR Vortx came in for a Jenvey ITB conversion. Using our plug and
play ECU we had some good gains, around 25bhp up on the MX5 NA engine.
With Road Runner Racing we've developed a full plug and play ECU to suit the '01-'05
Mazda MX-5. This runs all the factory sensors, retains full closed loop VVT and knock
control and eliminates the troublesome factory immobiliser. Even controls the alternator
charge. A simple plug in unit that does it all.
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