SpeedyKnock is a new standalone knock controller project designed to bring proper knock management to a low cost device. This is a very early prototype test, but shows the use of variable thresholds with RPM and the display of this. SpeedyKnock will interface with Speeduino (or other ECUs)...

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A few people have asked what the current capacity of the IDC connector and cables are that are used on the v0.4 line of Speeduino boards. This video shows some load testing of these components and gives a safe recommended limit.

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A quick demonstration of switching between a standard Arduino Mega 2560 and the Teensy 3.5 board on Speeduino. The code used on the two boards is the same standard Speeduino firmware which can be cross compiled (Either using PlatformIO or the standard Arduino IDE) to run on either board. The tune on both boards is also identical, running from exactly the same TunerStudio

We're thrilled to announce that Speeduino h beenas selected as a finalist in the Hackaday Prize (https://hackaday.io/prize/) for 2017. As part of this, here is the entry video for the final round which shows some of the progress of Speeduino from very early days through to the current ma...

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A brief demonstration showing the flex fuel (Ethanol) sensing capabilities in Speeduino. This is utilising a standard GM flex sensor and a mixture of regular and E85 fuels to adjust injector pulse width and ignition timing.

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