One day riding a Kawasaki Z250

Last weekend I decided to rent a Kawasaki Z250 and have a ride in Hakone (Japan). As I have said also in other previous post, in Japan there is an easy way to rent motorcycle, it is called Rental819 (819 is read "baiku" that means "motorcycle", in Japanese). By renting the motorcycle only one time, … Continue reading "One day riding a Kawasaki Z250"

Yamaha MT-07 review and riding impression

Yesterday I rented a Yamaha MT-07 and went to Yokosuka for a one day ride, about 150 km in total. This article is a simple review explaining my riding impressions. First of all, this is the third time that I had the chance to ride this Yamaha MT07, and in total I used it for … Continue reading "Yamaha MT-07 review and riding impression"

Fuelino Proto3 datalog and Google Fusion Tables

Today I would like to show you one interesting feature of Fuelino. Using "Fuelino File Converter" (latest version available here), I converted the binary data stored by Fuelino on the Micro SD card, into an easily understandable CSV file, and imported it into Google Fusion Tables. The result is shown below: you can click on … Continue reading "Fuelino Proto3 datalog and Google Fusion Tables"

Fuelino fuel injection increment validation

As I already explained in the previous posts, basically Fuelino increments the fuel injection time by a specific period (defined in %), based on how the calibration maps are set (using the calibration tool). In particular, the maps are 2: one map defines the increment (%) depending on the engine rotation speed (rpm); the other … Continue reading "Fuelino fuel injection increment validation"

Fuelino Proto3 first test on the desk

This morning, before going to work, I tested for the first time the Fuelino Proto3 board which I assembled yesterday. Before testing it on the real motorcycle engine, I wanted to test the software "on the desk", in order to validate its functionality and make sure that there is no dangerous bug in it. The … Continue reading "Fuelino Proto3 first test on the desk"