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Is this your first time hearing about Speeduino?

Overview:
Speeduino is an open-source engine management platform, based on the Arduino Mega platform, designed to give everyone a cheap, easy and practical engine management solution for a variety of automotive applications.
With support for 1 cylinder to 8 cylinder engines, and rotaries up to two rotors, Speeduino is the fastest growing community of tuners.

Assembled Fishdog boards can be found here.

As well as our current list of Plug-And-Plays

 

 

Feature List:

  • 16×16 3D fuel and ignition maps, with base of either TPS (Alpha-N) or MAP (Speed Density)
  • Supports up to 8 cylinders fuel and ignition with 4 channels of fuel and 4 channels of ignition outputs
    • 1, 2 (Even fire only), 3 and 4 cylinder engines with full sequential fuel and ignition
    • 6 (even fire only) and 8 cylinder engines are supported with wasted spark and 2 squirts per cycle
  • 6×6 3D individual cylinder trim on engines up to 4 cylinders
  • After Start Enrichment
  • Rev limiting (Spark based, hard and soft)
  • Cranking specific enrichment, dwell timing and advance
  • General logging through TunerStudio
  • High speed tooth logging
  • TPS calibration through TunerStudio
  • Sensor calibration through TunerStudio (Coolant, IAT and O2)
  • Warm Up Enrichment (WUE)
  • TPS based acceleration enrichment
  • Tacho output
  • Fuel pump activation/deactivation (With priming)
  • Over dwell and over duty protection
  • Battery voltage compensation for dwell and injectors
  • Modular wheel decoder support. Included decoders:
    • Missing tooth (Eg 36-1, 60-2 etc)
    • Dual wheel (Evenly spaced teeth on crank, single tooth on cam)
    • Basic distributor
    • GM 7X
    • GM 24X
    • 4g63 aka 4/2
    • ‘Jeep 2000’
    • Audi 135
    • Miata 99-05
    • Honda D17 (12+1)
    • Nissan 360
    • Subaru 6/7
    • Taking requests…
  • Open and closed loop idle control (PWM and Stepper)
  • Closed loop boost control
  • Open loop VVT control
  • Deceleration fuel cut off (DFCO)
  • Launch control
  • Flex fuel
  • O2 based autotune (Registered version of TunerStudio required)

You can find more information on the wiki, Speeduino.com  Be warned, the mobile version of the wiki does not work.

10 thoughts on “Is this your first time hearing about Speeduino?

  1. Hello. Chris Cashion told me about your company and said you probably have what I want.

    I want to run a basic management system for my nissan vg33e. It has crank position sensor. Maf. distributor with integrated coil and cam sensor. And I’d like to run some kind of closed loop fuel system running off a wideband 02 sensor.
    Thank you for your time.

    1. The best way to get ahold of us is through facebook messenger @speedyefi, the next best way to get ahold of us is through the email address at the bottom of this page, and the slowest way would be to comment on the website.

      You could pretty easily wire up your VG30 to our fishdog board with the 8ft harness, removing all of the factory BS.

      Or you could use the 2ft harness and wire it straight to the factory connector location, which would save you the hassle of removing the intake manifold.

      Or you can message us and we can build you a PNP unit. I believe we have one of the ECU headers in house to build a PNP that connects directly to the stock ECU header.

      Any way you do it, you can delete your MAF, we don’t use it.

  2. very interested in the product, and would really like to purchase but i am trying to figure out how much support (if any) or what kind of functionality/tuneability is available for the older Audi 2.3(7a) or the 2.2L turbo (AAN/URS4) I5 DOHC engine . is there a possibility of PNP?

    1. Send us an email to chris@speedyefi.com or isaac@speedyefi.com and we will get you sorted out.

      Check out the blog post titled “is this your first time hearing about speeduino?” if you have any other questions, feel free to ask us.

  3. HELLO, I INSTALLED A STOCK KO3 TURBO FROM A 2000 AUDI 2.0L A4 ONTO A 93 TOYOTA PASEO 5EFE 1.5L AUTO / TRANS AND ITS MAKING OVER 17PSI. I AM LOOKING FOR A PNP ECU TO CONTROL ENGINE AND TRANS THAT HAS SOLENOIDS. STOCK IGNITION IS DIST WITH 2 PICK-UP COILS, 1 FOR CRANK POSITION AND 1 FOR RPM ( I THINK THERE SINGLE PULSE PER REV ). ALSO THINK IT WOULD BE GOOD IDEA TO ADD DETONATION SENSOR/ERS AND CONFIG FOR CLOSED LOOP UNDER BOOST WHAT LEVEL OF PROGRAMMING WOULD THIS COME WITH. THE FACTORY ECU CONNECTOR IS ONE OF THE ONES IN PICS I GOT FROM EBAY BUT HAVEN,T CONFIRMED IT YET. CAN YOU SUPPLY THIS ASSEMBLED OR IN KIT FORM AND WHAT WOULD THE PRICE BE WITH CASE , GOOD END PLATES ECT ( UNLESS YOU THINK IT WILL FIT INTO THE FACTORY CASE ) PLUS SHIPPING TO 12926 THE SHELL CENTER 423 TYEE DR POINT ROBERTS, WASHINGTON 98281 USA. REGARDS DALE

    1. Not going to happen.
      Nobody makes a trans controller for that car PNP. And very few companies sell a system that is capable of controlling it. We don’t do either.

      Manual swap and fishdog + denso76 is the only route forward if you want to run one of our ecus. The prices of our units are updated continuously on our webstore. http://speedyefi.com/shop

  4. Okay I understand somewhat of what you’re saying solenoid connections go to factory see you now what would happen if I use your fish dog what’s a 76 pin header to the Tran controls and I take it that would operate the engine no problem just need to program it would have come pre-programmed of any kind I understand Idol program is installed is there more than idle program available thank you Dale Coombs

    1. As per my last reply,
      Throw the automatic in the trash, and then we’ll talk.

  5. I’m old enough with enough experience and have the balls to attempt this. From what I’ve read and understand solenoids just need an electrical signal to shift the gears maybe I don’t need a computer to do this just thought it would help programming and be able to raise line pressure for firmer more positive shift. If you can’t help me with the transmission what about the engine management I’m sure you can still do that and provide me with enough parts so I or you can make an ECU to utilize my factory computer wiring harness connector is that correct. If so what about the programming even if it’s just the most basic or Nothing at All thank you. Dale

    1. You need to do a whole lot more research first. Start with what signals the TCU needs, then see if they can be had without the stock ecu in place.

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