I waited for this moment for a long time. After designing, manufacturing, soldering and mounting the Fuelino Proto3 board, today I finally tested on my motorcycle (Honda CBR125R). At first, let me introduce this board very quickly. Fuelino project was born just 3 months ago. I was trying to design a piggyback ECU, which can … Continue reading "Fuelino Proto3 first test on motorcycle Honda CBR125R"
Some weeks ago, I received at home the second prototype of PCB for the Fuelino shield (compatible with Arduino Nano r3). Since all components are "through hole mount", and there are quite many, the soldering and testing phase required about 1 h. First of all, I decided to solder the resistors (they are the components … Continue reading "Fuelino proto2 PCB mounting"
Yesterday, I finally installed a new 12V battery on my Honda CBR125R. The reason why I did it is that the engine did not turn on anymore when I pressed the starter button. I also noticed in the past weeks that the engine did not start very quickly. Sometimes, after pressing the starter button, it … Continue reading "Install a new battery on Honda CBR125R"
Yesterday I took some videos to show how the sound will change after mounting an Akrapovic carbon racing exhaust on your Honda CBR125R motorcycle. First of all, let me list up the mods that I did on my bike: Akrapovic carbon racing exhaust system Modified air filters (Daytona 45mm + Kijima 12mm) Athena bore-up kit … Continue reading "Akrapovic carbon racing exhaust sound check"
After having lived in Japan for some time, I decided, in January 2013, to buy my first motorcycle. My first 2-wheels vehicle was a simple 50cc scooter, Honda Dio, equipped with a 4-stroke engine. It was terrible! Even if I modified it a lot (exhaust pipe, air filter, CDI, CVT, pulley and so on) it … Continue reading "My Japanese motorcycle - Honda CBR125R"