The Kurofune is Link’s first G4+ ECU built to run off adapter looms.
The Kurofune is a direct replacement for a common aftermarket Japanese ECU, but with significantly more functionality and user configurability than the ECU it replaces. Sharing the same connector footprint and pinout to this ECU means there are already a host of aftermarket adapter looms that will allow the Kurofune to plug straight in.
Special hardware features included in the Kurofune, such as differential trigger inputs and analog outputs which can be used to emulate a MAF or oxygen sensor, makes it Link’s most suitable ECU for “piggy back” type installs.
10 x Digital Inputs
3 x Temperature Inputs
9 x Analog Inputs
2 x Differential Trigger Inputs
2 x Knock Inputs
8 x Injection Drives
8 x Ignition Drivers
10 x Auxiliary Outputs
4 x Analog Outputs
+5V Sensor Power Supply
1x CAN bus
1x USB tuning connection
Dimensions: 140mm(L) x 150mm(W) x 33mm(H) (without looms)
Mass: 300 grams
Advanced features not found on the Storm:
30 general purpose tables (up from 20)
All Motorsport features including full gear shift control, antilag, traction and launch control