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  • Emtron LS7 V-8 Rev Past 11,000 RPM
    Push-rod engines like Chevy's LS-series V-8s are famous thanks to their compact design, reliability, low-end torque, and reasonable weight. What they're not so great at doing is revving. That's been fixed with this particular LS7.
    Emtron LS7 V-8 Rev Past 11,000 RPM

    Posted on January 25 2020

      In 2013 Emtron Australia created a range of high-end engine management systems for a market requiring additional power and flexibility. The company's aim is to provide the latest electronic...

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  • Emtron Technically Speaking

    Emtron’s KV and SL series Engine management is a wire-in or Plug and Play line of ecus with extreme flexibility. Industry-leading I/O count will ensure you do not have to make any sacrifices when configuring your engine and vehicle. This ECU line will support from to 4 to 16 Channels of fuel and 4 to 16 Channels fully sequential Ignition. Every KV and SL is housed in a durable billet Aluminium enclosure and includes up to 32MB permanent memory for onboard logging, 4-channel oscilloscope function, Drive By Wire (DBW) control up to 2 channels, dual LSU4.9 Lambda controllers, dual digital Knock control, Ethernet communications, and 3 axis G-force sensing to name a few.

    Emtron Technically Speaking

    Posted on January 25 2020

      Emtron’s KV and SL series Engine management is a wire-in or Plug and Play line of ecus with extreme flexibility. Industry-leading I/O count will ensure you do not have...

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  • Solid State Relays
    It's not often we see an innovative new take on old technology, but the standalone solid-state KAIZEN Relay from KAIZENSPEED is just that. At the latest SEMA Show Reid Lunde took the time to run us through what has been improved on since mechanical relays had their last upgrade in 1985, and how this helps bridge the gap between them and a PDM/PDU option with cost in mind. The ability to 'daisy chain' or interconnect a number of relays together with the use of pogo pins allowing a draw of up to 40A per relay or 100A per bank of relays.
    Solid State Relays

    Posted on January 25 2020

      We are trying to stay ahead of the game through being well versed with the use of new technology to solve age-old problems, our friends over at HP Academy...

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  • Fuel Map Diagram
    A frequent (and sometimes controversial) question comes up a lot since vehicle electrical systems continue to evolve.  What is map switching?  The short answer is the ability to change the ECU lookup table reference points.  While that sounds complicated, this can be a very simple concept. 
    STP Technical Class - Map Switching

    Posted on March 28 2019

        Enjoy this article as Pavlotech goes in-depth about Map Switching. Check out his full blog HERE STP Technical Class - Map Switching A frequent (and sometimes controversial) question comes up...

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  • VVT Diagram
    Simplicity is a selling point for motorsport EFI solutions in the aspects that performance will be consistent and reliable.  However, now that these EFI solutions are supporting original functions like cam control, drive by wire, and more – some extra thought and effort regarding completing the calibration process isn’t a bad idea.
    STP Technical Class: Connecting Functions – Closing the Loop

    Posted on March 28 2019

     Pavlotech has been truly helpful by working along with STP and letting us share his content with you through our Blog. If you want to take a look at his...

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  • STP Technical Class : Fuel Pressure Compensation

    Posted on March 28 2019

      Simple Techniques Performance is happy to bring you another technical blog article, for your reading pleasure, this one is brought to you by Pavlotech, you can click this HERE...

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