This 2008 Proton Satria Neo was sent to us by its owner Raedi Yusof from Malaysia. This car, which was formerly his daily driver, has previously seen some track days and fun drives around the country. His goal was to build a car that performed better than a stock version yet runs smooth and reliably.…

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It was a big weekend for drift fans and drivers alike, as three of the world’s premier championships had events running simultaneously, with Drift Masters Grand Prix in Austria, Formula Drift at Lake Erie and the British Drift Championship at Driftland in Scotland. Also taking place was the world-famous Goodwood Festival of Speed, where Kevin…

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Link ECU Roll Race NZ

How would you like the opportunity to race against your friends on some of New Zealand’s premier circuits? With Roll Race NZ, you can, and Link ECU is proud to be supporting this new series in 2021. So, what is it and how does it work? Roll Racing is very similar to Drag Racing, but…

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Link G4X PlugIn ECU

Have you ever wondered how much work is involved in installing one of our PlugIn ECU’s? What if we said it was easier than you think? Forrest at Full Tune in Memphis, TN, has put together this video where he takes you through each step in installing one of our Nissan 350z PlugIn ECU’s.

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What is... Superstock?

Stockcar racing is a huge motorsport, mainly in New Zealand, but is also popular in other parts of the world. It is officially classed as a form of dirt track racing, with races usually taking place on oval shaped dirt tracks surrounded by concrete walls. However, unlike it’s siblings, Stockcar racing allows for full on…

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Link Engine Management is making a welcome return to Autosport International, one of Europe’s largest motorsports shows, on the 10th and 11th of January 2019 at the NEC in Birmingham, UK. Why not come along and visit us at stand E843, where we will have a range of products on display, including ECUs, dashes, sensors…

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It was a weekend of wins once again for Link ECU at the final round of the 2018 British Drift Championship. 16-year-old Pro-Am driver Ryan Caldwell in his Nissan S15, which runs a G4+ Xtreme, was the first to take home the silverware, after obliterating the competition on the circuit and taking the win in…

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