M1 ECU Range

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M1 ECU Range

Postby JamieA on Tue Apr 03, 2012 1:14 pm

the new MoTeC M1 ECU range is in the process of being released.

Further information, questions and support will be added here.

More info to come in the next few days as the tune software is released.

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Re: M1 ECU Range

Postby CarloL on Wed Apr 13, 2016 7:24 pm

Hi Jamie

Quick Q on , running an EU car running a Motec M130 with a serial number tied to the US market

I own a Toyota Supra (resides in Ireland), M1 partner custom firmware for my car was created by Cody philips/John Reed in the US; would the ECU be looked upon as a grey import in-turn Motec would not support the ECU?

An EU car running a M130 Motec partner sourced ECU from the States

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Re: M1 ECU Range

Postby SDean on Thu Apr 14, 2016 9:05 am

Hi Carlo,

With the Partner Packages, the support for the actual firmware is provided by the creator of the Package, this being Cody Phillips/JRR, MoTeC are not able to provide support for Packages that we have not done, as we do not know how they work.

The actual hardware is still supported by MoTeC.
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Re: M1 ECU Range

Postby David Ferguson on Thu Apr 14, 2016 12:44 pm

So to be clear -- you should buy the ECU from a MoTeC dealer in your region. You can get the package license from anywhere in the world.
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Re: M1 ECU Range

Postby CarloL on Fri Apr 15, 2016 7:23 pm

Thank you for the clarification ! ;)
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