• Mazda ME221 MX5 Miata NB2.5 VVT 01-05 Plug-n-Play ECU

Mazda ME221 MX5 Miata NB2.5 VVT 01-05 Plug-n-Play ECU


Price: £695.01
Ex Tax: £579.17
Product Code: ME221-005
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The ME221 MX-5 PnP is the latest plug-n-play Engine Management System from Motorsport Electronics for the Mk2.5 (facelift NB2) MX-5 / Miata using VVT.

This ECU’s is ideal for use with our popular bike throttle body kits.

It supports the  1.8 model, and also fits the OEM case, which means the conversion installs tidily into the OEM position. It also supports the stock 'smart; alternator and closed loop VVT control.

The only extra thing you need to do besides plugging it in is run a MAP vacuum hose from the ECU to the intake manifold.

  • New for 2019 – the Gen2 Model adds direct USB Connectivity and even more I/O!

  • Uses the ME221 ECU Core (NXP Automotive Processing Power)
  • Supports all factory sensors.
  • Truly Plug-n-Play
  • 16×16 Floating Point Fuel and Ignition & Boost Tables (with dual table switching)
  • VE based fuelling algorithm.
  • Run any type of high impedance injectors.
  • Lots of Spare-IO for extra sensors, COP Upgrades as well as multiple spare outputs!
  • DSP Knock Control
  • in-built 45psi MAP sensor.
  • Closed Loop Boost Control, Protection and Boost by Gear.
  • Launch Control and ALS.
  • Stock Alternator Control on Mk2/Mk2.5 models.
  • Fully Sequential Injection and Ignition available.
  • In the field regular firmware updates and improvements.
  • Uses the powerful, free, MEITE tuning studio.
  • An open approach to firmware/software features.
  • Supplied with rolling road certified and developed basemaps for either turbo or NA setups.
  • Wait! If you’re wanting even more features such as in-built Bosch Wideband Lambda Control, SD Logging, Gyros/Accelerometers, Drive-by-Wire and EGT input, then check out the ME442 version of this Plug-In…

    Package contents:
    • ME221 Plug-In Core Board
    • Vacuum Hose
    • USB Communications Cable
    • Stickers
  • Note: As with all after-market engine management systems (ECU’s) a dyno tuning is recommended to avoid damaging your engine and to get the most out of your engine. 

  • Further information, installation manuals and a library of basemaps can be found here on the Motorsport Electronics Support Pages

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