I'm in the prosses of fitting a Speeduino to my S10 V8 truck. I shoehorned a 5.7L tbi truck engine into it but due to time constraints had to fit a mechanical distributor and 4 barrel carb to get me going....that was 12 years ago! It works well enough but does suffer from hot start issues, erratic idle etc so I want to put it back as a throttle body injection with the GM 8 pin dizzy that was fitted originally.
First steps will only be spark control, torque converter lockup and fan control etc just to get the feel of things, then I can move to coil near plug and fuel injection.
First things first, I'm currently building the speeduino board and installing software. I installed the speedyloader on my Linux machine and flashed the code to the Arduino, then tried to load Tuner Studio but as usual with Ubuntu I spent several evenings of searching and trying to get the application to install then finally threw in the towel and loaded it onto my wife's laptop running Vista, it loaded and opened a treat, that's the last straw for Ubuntu, life is just too short so I'm going back to a proper operating system!
I tried to load Speedyloader onto the same laptop however it appears that it won't run on anything pre windows 7.
So, my problem is that when I fire up Tuner studio it needs the Speeduino .ini file, am I right in thinking that this should be in a zip file that was download to install the Speedyloader app? When I downloaded the Linux install I could see it but with windows I seem to just have a speedyloader icon on the desktop with no obvious way of seeing any attached files.
I don't want to update the OS on the laptop as it requires a clean install and the hardware is as old as the hills but I will put win 10 on my desktop unit, hopefully can still use Tunerstudio on the laptop.