DTAfast designs and manufactures engine management systems for spark ignition engines intended for use in competition vehicles. All our systems are easily mapped and are very competitively priced. The systems are designed to be fitted to almost any engine. Usually on a modern engine the existing crankshaft and other sensors can be reused. If this is not the case then we provide a full range of temperature sensors, crankshaft sensors and wheels, pressure sensors etc. Our systems are in constant use worldwide and countless competition successes have been recorded from club to professional motorsport, including motorcycling, jetski and snowmobile racing. A number of multi-national motor manufacturers use our systems for longevity testing of their engine components because of their transparent ease of use and their ability to stress an engine outside its normal operating envelope.Get in touch with us
What main differences are there between the old S40 and it’s predecessor thanks
I don't see you mention anywhere on the specs or website which ecu's have the datalogging ? If the T2 had logging, that would be a huge upgrade over the S40. Or do they all have the full logging ?
Hi. I have the s60 ECU. Would the new ECU be a direct swop?
Is the software still the same platform to use?
Looking forward to receiving our first T2 👌
Introducing the new DTAFast T2.
This unit provides two injector and two coil drivers, suitable for most 4 cylinder engines. Like all ecus from the T-Series range, it offers wideband lambda support, a waterproof aluminium case and a USB comms port.
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Could you advise of the new unit to replace the S60 and S60 Pro please thanks.
Is this the new entry level unit?
Nice looking, and the specs are great. Hope they fly off the shelves :D
Nice! Can I see these T series ecu's as a new modern version of the S series?
Looks perfect been looking for engine management to run a v12 mercedes engine in a drift car I have an s80pro bought before I went 12 cylinder lol
Ste Phan 💪🏻