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"
Few months ago I decided to start with this project: Fuelino. I was looking for a customized ECU (Engine Control Unit) piggyback with the purpose of adapting my motorcycle (Honda CBR125R) to the custom parts which I installed on it (Athena 166cc bore up kit, conic air filter, Akrapovic racing exhaust system, and so on). … Continue reading "Fuelino proto1 schematic and board"
Before installing the Fuelino EFI (electronic fuel injection) management controller on my motorcycle, a Honda CBR125R, I performed some tests "on the desk", in order to make sure that the unit was working properly. The following video shows a test performed using: Pico DrDaq as a signal generator, to simulate the injector command signal coming … Continue reading "Fuelino testing on the desk"
Today I have the pleasure to show you my latest project: Fuelino. The name comes from "Fuel" and "Arduino". The unit is a fuel controller for single cylinder engines, and it is addressed especially to small engine motorcycles and scooter (less than 250cc). The unit gives you the opportunity to modify the fuel injection control, … Continue reading "An introduction to Fuelino project"