The Nissan VK50VE 2009 package is based on MoTeC's successful GPR package series and is available on MoTeC M150 ECUs. It is a versatile and adaptable platform that is configured to run the Nissan VK50 engine in the OEM configuration, which includes the Variable Valve Lift system. The package allows for easy changes to engine tuning and hardware.

The product incorporates many ancillary features commonly found on race cars, such as anti-lag, driver switches (pit switch, launch enable, boost trim, etc.), gear shift control, knock control, intercooler sprays, launch control, chassis logging (steering, suspension), gearbox coolant pumps and traction control.

Also accommodated are many of the systems found on modified road vehicles, such as air conditioning control and definable control outputs. Most ECU input and output pin allocations can be user-defined to suit individual requirements.

The product fully integrates with other MoTeC products, and provides pre-defined CAN messaging for all current display loggers/loggers, E888, VCS, GPS, ADR, BR2, PDM, and SLM.

Original Equipment (OE) CAN messaging is not supported and car specific integration is not provided.


  • Pre-configured sensor calibrations for Original Equipment (OE) sensors and engine triggers. Lambda Control is supported with optional LTC with Bosch LSU4.9 sensor or LTCN with NTK sensor.
  • Pre-configured injector calibrations and ignition timings.
  • Pre-configured reference mode for engine synchronisation and control of 4 camshafts with tunable inlet and exhaust timing tables.
  • Pre-configured on-board knock control for each cylinder with OE knock sensor and selectable centre frequency.
  • Pre-configured physical settings for engine displacement, fuel density, stoichiometric ratio, fuel pressure, and injector linearisation, which allow for simplified engine start-up prior to tuning.
  • Pre-configured Engine Efficiency table, engine load and fuel volume calculation (requires additional inlet manifold temperature sensor, DELCO sensor preconfigured).
  • Pre-configured control of the dual bank VVEL variable valve lift system (requires 2 additional external Dual Half Bridges, an additional 100 Ohm resistor has to be wired across each bridge).
  • Pre-configured fuel closed loop.
  • Pre-configured transient fuelling compensation using physical modelling of fuel film.
  • Support of MoTeC devices: ADR, E8XX, PDM, SLM, VCS.
  • Configurable boost control for a single turbo.
  • Configurable anti-lag for single turbo with ignition timing limit, fuel volume trim, ignition cut, engine speed limit, boost aim and throttle aim tables.
  • Support of 2 coolant fans (PWM controlled).
  • Air conditioner support with switched output control.
  • Coolant temperature compensations for engine speed limit, ignition timing, fuel mixture, boost limit.
  • Engine Speed Limiting with ignition cut and/or fuel cut.
  • Gearbox position detection via optional sensor.
  • Gearbox shift request via up shift switch / down shift switch or gear lever force sensor.
  • Gearbox shift control with ignition cut, fuel cut, throttle blip and engine speed matching.
  • GPS acquisition and logging via CAN or RS232.
  • Intercooler temperature and spray control.
  • Lap distance, time and number via BR2 or switched input, with split and sector options.
  • Configurable launch control with tables for launch engine speed, launch throttle limit, launch boost aim, and launch fuel volume trim.
  • Race time system with tables for ignition timing compensation, fuel mixture aim, boost limit, and throttle limit.
  • Idle closed loop control system using drive by wire actuation.
  • Engine Load Average channel with tables for engine speed limit, ignition timing trim, fuel mixture aim, boost limit, and throttle limit.
  • Engine run time total for engine hour logging.
  • Configurable security for multiple users.
  • Configuration of brake state using a switch or a pressure sensor.
  • Configuration of clutch state using a switch, a position sensor or a pressure sensor.
  • Calculation of clutch slip.
  • ECU internal G-force (acceleration) – longitudinal, lateral, vertical.
  • ECU CAN receive from a defined CAN ID for data reception from MoTeC devices. Support of 3 CAN buses.
  • ECU CAN transmit of the most common channels using standard MoTeC CAN templates. OE CAN messaging is not supported.
  • 6 switches and 4 rotary switches with 9 positions simultaneously mappable to launch control, pit switch, anti-lag, traction, auxiliary time, race time reset, engine speed limit maximum, throttle pedal translation, ignition timing, fuel mixture aim, boost limit, traction aim and traction control range.
  • Analogue tachometer output with configurable output pin and scaling.
  • Transmission pump output with transmission temperature threshold and hysteresis control.
  • Traction control with tables for aim main, aim compensation and control range.
  • Vehicle speed measurement using wheel speed sensors (optional), estimation or GPS.
  • Vehicle speed limiting (pit speed control).
  • Configurable warning system with light and CAN output.
  • Auxiliary time system with tables for ignition timing compensation, fuel volume trim, and fuel mixture aim.
  • 4 auxiliary outputs for PWM control of added actuators:
    • Duty cycle tables using engine speed and throttle or manifold pressure axis'
    • Activation based on inlet manifold pressure or throttle position
    • Auxiliary Output 1 includes tables for ignition timing compensation, fuel volume trim and fuel mixture aim.
  • Optional channels for additional sensors via input pin and/or CAN message, including:
    • Airbox mass flow, pressure and temperature
    • Ambient pressure and temperature
    • Boost pressure
    • Brake pressure front and rear
    • Brake switch
    • Clutch pressure and position
    • Clutch switch
    • Coolant pressure and temperature
    • Engine oil pressure and temperature
    • Engine crankcase pressure
    • Exhaust pressure bank 1 and bank 2
    • Exhaust Gas Temperature (EGT) via TCA Thermocouple Amplifier, generic CAN, or E888 for collector, bank 1 and 2 collector, and cylinders 1 to 8
    • Exhaust lambda via LTC, LTCN, or PLM for collector, Bank 1 and 2 Collector, and Cylinders 1 to 8
    • Fuel pressure and temperature
    • Fuel tank level
    • Gear position
    • Gear lever force
    • Gear neutral switch
    • Gear shift request
    • Intercooler temperature
    • Steering angle and pressure
    • Transmission temperature
    • Turbocharger speed
    • G-force (acceleration) – longitudinal, lateral, vertical
    • Wheel speed sensors front/rear left/right, wired or CAN input.
Brand MoTeC

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