Progress report - March 2017

A project log for Speeduino

The Arduino ECU / EMS Project. Open, cheap, hacker friendly engine management

Josh StewartJosh Stewart 04/04/2017 at 23:430 Comments

Where does the time go? April already and March has been another big one for Speeduino. Forum users and installs are increasing all the time and it's terrific to see the project starting to be mentioned more often on forums etc as a truly viable system!

As a heads up, I plan a slightly quieter month throughout April on the firmware front. I will still be doing general maintenance, bug fixes etc, but probably not so much work on new features. The reason for this is that I want to spend a good chunk of time working through the documentation pages ( to try and:
1) Have at least something on every topic
2) Cover all of the most used pages with good detail, images etc

DIY Engine Management Systems live and die by their documentation and to date whilst Speeduino's documentation has been minimally OK, I would like to bring this up to a much more professional level. I've already begun restructuring a few things, so there are many placeholders there currently as indicators of what I will be adding.
If there is anything you find that you believe is important, but that doesn't already have even a blank page, then please drop a note in the forum and I will look at adding it.

Additionally, I am ALWAYS on the lookout for anyone who wants to help with documentation! If you have some time and knowledge to share, please do contact me and I can get you the required access!

As for the full feature list from March, here are the primary changes:

Keep an eye out over the next few weeks for some more details around the hardware I've been working on over the last few months!

The firmware bundle can be downloaded from:
As usual, make sure to reload the latest ini into your TunerStudio project after upgrading the firmware