EFI offers several different engine management systems for road racing applications. We have fully sequential systems suitable for 4,6,8,10 & 12 cylinder engines. The X3 ECU is designed for fully sequential engines up to 8 cylinders and the R8 ECU for 10 and 12 cylinder applications with individual coils.
EFI Technology has a long history of supporting the Grand American Road Racing series formed in 1999. Over the years it has supplied engine control systems, data loggers and telemetry equipment to many of the competitors.
Its flagship Level 4 advanced data logger with floating point on-board math enables teams to do complex math calculations in real-time allowing engine and chassis optimization in minimum time.
Options include the LED steering wheel dash display and telemetry system that supports multi-rate sample rates to optimize radio bandwidth.
Penske moved into the Grand-Am’s Daytona Prototype category in 2009 with a Porsche-powered Riley Mk XX. The new combination made its debut at the Rolex 24 at Daytona at the end of January.
The Daytona Prototype is powered by a Porsche 4.0-liter flat six, similar to the engines found in Porsche 911 street cars.
The team selected an EFI Level 4 advanced data logger for its data system combined with an EFI steering wheel dash for driver instrumentation. An EFI multi-rate telemetry system was selected to handle the transmission of real time data to the pits.
In 2010 Tyler McQuarrie making his GTS class World Challenge debut, cruised to a flag-to-flag victory in his Lotus Exige S at Long Beach.
The DRS prepared Lotus engine was equipped with an EFI R8 ECU interfaced with a Level 2 data logger. For driver instrumentation an EFI steering wheel dash was selected.
The GTS win is first time a Lotus has won a race of any kind at Long Beach since Mario Andretti won the 1977 Formula One event.
Starting in 1999 EFI Technology worked with Mugen to develop a new engine controller and ignition system for their NSX engine program.
The NSX competed successfully in JGTC followed by the introduction of the V8 MF408S engine for Le Mans and ALMS, also using EFI's electronic systems. The MF408S debut at the Sebring 12 hour ALMS event.
Later that year EFI also went on to supply a custom version of its Level 4 advanced data logger to competitors in the JGTC series.
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