Welcome to the EFI Technology website. EFI Technology was founded in 1988 with its new headquarters located in Phoenix, Arizona. 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 2020 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, Progressive Controller, Nitrous Auto Purge, Automatic Chute Release, Wheelie Control, Shock Controls and more. The transmission controller can shift by time, engine rpm, manual or any combination. There is also an option to unlock the converter on any of the shifts.
The R16 ECU our flagship product, features 16 Sequential Injector and Ignition Drives. It also has fully integrated 6 Speed Transmission Control, 3 Stage Converter Lockups, 8 stage Nitrous with Water Injection, Nitrous Auto Purge, Automatic Chute Release, Shock Controls and more.
This ECU also has a dedicated interface for our CFI Controller that allows fuel pressure regulation to a spray bar installed in the Blower Hat of a Supercharged engine.
All R Series products have a high speed CAN interface to our wide band 8 channel lambda controller. Closed loop control on an individual cylinder basis is available or bank to bank.
New for 2022 is the R1i Outlaw Ignition. A fully programmable Ignition designed for Midget and Sprint car racing engines and can direct drive up to four external coils.
This ignition features traction control, a soft cut rev limiter option and wheelie control using a built in 2 axis gyroscope. NOTE: It is not approved for use in USAC sanctioned events. This ignition interfaces with our new Mini Dash and has inputs for water temp, oil pressure, fuel pressure and a lambda sensor.
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.
Tommy Franklin scored his first Pro Nitrous victory of the season running a 3.654 at 205.26 in the final round at Summit Motorsports Park.
Tylor Miller picked up his first career win in just his third career start in the NHRA Pro Mod Drag Racing Series in Virginia.
Brian Shrader Wins May Big Dog Shootout At Piedmont Dragway with a 3.785 et.
Amber Franklin wins the PDRA Pro 632 class at Beech Bend Raceway Kentucky in an all female final round.
Miranda Jones takes the Queen of the Desert title at the Desert Storm Poker Run shootout at Lake Havasu.
Kye Kelly wins the final round of the Street Outlaws No Prep Kings show on Saturday night at Virginia Motorsports Park.
Lizzy Musi wins the final round of the Street Outlaws No Prep Kings Series at Bradenton Raceway.
Two-time world champion Tommy Franklin scored his first Pro Nitrous victory of the season defeating Jason Harris in the final round.
Lizzy Musi wins the final round of the Street Outlaws No Prep Kings Series at Tucson Dragway.
Wes Distefano wins the PDRA Pro Outlaw 632 class final round at Virginia Motorsports Park with a 4.227 at 168.83.
Jay Cox wins the PDRA Pro Nitrous class at Beech Bend Raceway Park with a near-perfect reaction time and a 3.665 at 205.35 mph.