Elite in Maximum Attack Mode

Elite in Maximum Attack Mode


Andrew Brilliant’s Mitsubishi Eclipse is one of the first time attack cars to be fitted with the new Elite ECU which controls its fuel, ignition and power management.


In just over a week, it will be competing at the annual Yokohama World Time Attack Challenge in the Pro Class.


In the video below, Scott explains what Elite features are particularly useful in time attack racing and how they are used in this application.

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