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Product: GET’s New 2T ECU & Injector Kit

2 years ago | Words: Andy Wigan | Photos: Athena SPA

GET (the electronic division of Italian performance specialist, Athena) is probably best known for their aftermarket ECUs and for the groundbreaking new LC GPA (Launch Control GET Power Assist) technology it released in 2016, which opened up a whole new world of four-stroke engine tunability.

Now, just 12 months after KTM first unveiled their new-generation fuel-injected two-strokes with Transfer Port Injection (TPI), GET has introduced a new range of performance ECUs (Electronic Control Unit) for the electronic management of these innovative two-stroke fuel-injected engines; plug-in ECUs that are claimed to make these machines’ power delivery smoother, more tractable and more responsive to throttle inputs. And to complement this “ECULMB” control unit, GET has also released an “ECULMB Race Kit”, which includes the ECULMB control unit and an injector support kit for KTM’s 250/300EXC TPI and Husqvarna’s TE250/300i.

Interestingly, instead of using KTM’s patented TPI technology (where fuel is injected into the barrel’s transfer ports via two injectors, rather than directly into the combustion chamber), the ECULMB Race Kit’s injectors are positioned between the cylinder and the throttle body – a change that, according to GET, helps bolster power across the rev range, but especially at low and medium RPMs to improve rideability. The ECULMB control unit and the injector support kit both work with GET GPA (GET Power Assist) ‘traction control’ technology, and you can download the most recent maps from  www.getdata.it.

The ECULMB Race Kit is available through GET’s Australian distributors, Bikes & Bits Importers or its authorised dealers, for an RRP of $1149.


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