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I have a Bazzaz aftermarket Engine Control Module (ECM). The ECM is the "brains" for the fuel-injected engine.

Z Fi fuel controller[edit | edit source]

Includes a dyno tuned fuel map installed. Runs up to 8 injectors. Includes all components - control module, harness, O2 simulator (when applicable) and instructions. Software is free and available at

Plug and play.

For whatever reason, the ECM is not "street legal" (only for the racetrack).

And, the company stopped selling the products in 2022 [1]

References[edit source]

  1. To our customers and dealers, The Bazzaz team would like to thank you for the many years of support and loyalty to our products. As of 1/1/22 Bazzaz will no longer offer support for the Bazzaz engine management line (Z-Fi, Z-Fi TC, QS4, ZAFM). Although YFI racing will not be offering technical support for Bazzaz products except for customers who purchased directly from YFI Racing, many QS4 kits, accessories, and spare parts will be available through them. You can also contact YFI Racing at if you do not find what you are looking for on their site. The Bazzaz website will remain to offer customers access to installation instructions, fuel map database, and technical support documents. The technical support documents utilize the same diagnosis steps that the Bazzaz technical support team has worked from since the beginning so they should be very helpful. The Big Three: double-check these three common culprits: The Bazzaz ground lug is properly secured to a non-insulating chassis ground. Test this by temporarily grounding the Bazzaz ground lug directly to the battery negative terminal and checking to see if this resolves the issue. The vehicle has fuel and there are no obstructions (such as a fuel line kink) that could affect fuel delivery. The Bazzaz control unit powers up. Turn the key on and the control unit should illuminate blue. If it does not, re-check the 12V power source connection Bazzaz tuning software and software manual Principia dyno software and software manual Fuel map database Engine management wire color guide Not starting or running properly Quick shifter troubleshooting Software troubleshooting Traction control settings Traction control troubleshooting ZAFM troubleshooting ZAFM O2 sensor installation Z Bomb integration Best regards, Bazzaz team