Welcome to the EFI Technology website. EFI Technology was founded in 1988 with its headquarters located in Torrance, California. It is globally recognized as a leader in the development and manufacture of Engine Control Systems, Ignitions, Data Acquisition products and innovative software.
The company specializes in electronic design and manufacture, software development and engineering services for the aerospace & defense industry, high performance vehicles, motorsport applications and performance enthusiasts around the world.
Its latest Power to Win 9.0 software suite has been specifically designed to enhance the process and development of engine tuning and calibration. Chassis tuning and engine performance at the track can be accurately studied using the powerful new data analysis application.
New for the 2017 season is our latest generation of high performance ECU products called the R Series. These products are fully sequential injection and ignition systems with a wide range of integrated chassis control functions.
The R8 ECU features 8 Sequential Injector and Ignition Drives, fully integrated 6 Speed Transmission and Converter Control, 8 stage Nitrous with Water Injection, Nitrous Auto Purge, Automatic Chute Release, Shock Controls and more.
These ECU's are all wireless and use Bluetooth technology for all laptop or tablet communications. (USB is also available) The R series ECU's are programmed using our latest advanced Power to Win 9.0 software platform designed for Win 8/10 64 bit PC operating systems. Click HERE to download a free trial version of Power to Win 9.0.
Lizzy Musi wins the final round of the Street Outlaws No Prep Kings Series and becomes the first woman to win in NPK.
Todd Fontana wins the Pro Mod Challenge at the PDRA East Coast Nationals beating fellow racer John Vergotz in the final round.
Jason Harris secures the 2018 Pro Nitrous world championship in round one and goes on to win the final with a career-best of 3.689 at 202.15.
Danny Sauro raced to his first PDRA victory Saturday night at the Fall Nationals defeating Tommy Franklin and setting a new world record in the process.
Tommy Franklin wins the final round at Galot Motorsports Park's Drag Wars over Jason Harris with a 3.709 at 202.06 mph.
Jason Harris wins the Pro Nitrous class at the PDRA Firecracker Nationals with a 3.716 at 203.28 to defeat first-time finalist Tony Wilson.
Rickie Smith wins the NHRA Pro Mod Drag Racing Series portion of the Summit Racing Equipment NHRA Nationals in Norwalk.
Al Balooshi with a 5.924 pass at 247.38 mph in his Bahrain ‘17 Chevy Camaro wins the finals at the NHRA Thunder Valley Nationals.