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E85 conversion kit for gasoline cars

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My project of ethanol conversion kit for gasoline cars. Project is based on firmware for bioadapter, but here i design my own HW. Biggest advance is use of temperature sensor to modify cranking maps in cold weather.

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Embedded systems

License

BSD License

Features

  • Designed to match temperature range -40 - 85C
  • Integrated temperature sensor to adjust fuel maps
  • Fuel maps for cold start
  • Temperature based after start enrichment
  • Supports all MPI/SPI high impedance injector systems

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Programming Language

C++, C

Registered

2012-10-16

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