This article is for everyone who want to install a Booster Plug on their motorcycles, but don't have that 200 dollars to spend for it. You are definitely in the right place, because I created a guide which explains how to make your own Booster Plug at home, just by buying some components on Amazon … Continue reading "Make your own Booster Plug for your Ducati"
It has been a while since I updated Fuelino SW the last time. Unfortunately, due to work and family, I have less time to invest on Fuelino than in the past, and this is the reason why I cannot reply to all the e-mails which I received from you. I am very sorry. Now, coming … Continue reading "Logging all fuel injection information with Fuelino"
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"
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"
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"