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Fast 32-bit Automotive Microprocessor
16 Injector Channels
Up to 10 amps per channel
Multiple stages
Dual peak-&-hold channels (for each stage)
8 Ignition Channels
Drives ‘smart’ or ‘dumb’ coils
Up to 10 amps per channel
Hall-effect RPM Sensors
36-1 Tooth Crankshaft
Cam Sync
Programmable Functions (i.e. Rev Limiters, Timers, etc)
EGT cylinder protection
Large AFR, air adjustment, and base timing tables
Rev limit curves based on engine and driveshaft RPM
Timing control curves based on engine and driveshaft RPM
Support for multiple transmission types
Built-in boost control with adjustable algorithm
Configurable real-time data display
Feature-rich data logger
Up to 256 traces per log
Each trace can have simple to complex math function
Overlay up to 32 logs at once
Supports Ford and GM style Idle Air Control (IAC)
CAN bus
Interfaces with sensor module network 
Interfaces with Racepak data logger and dash
Graphical user interface for easy system programming
Large internal memory for program storage and data logging
Compatible with 16V systems
RS232 serial communication with hardware handshaking
Wireless serial interface
Compatible with gasoline, ethanol, and methanol
Sealed enclosure to protect against harsh environments
Software compatible with Microsoft Windows XP, Windows
Vista, and Windows 7
Firmware upgradeable via free downloads from website
Expected release by spring of 2011
By utilizing advanced 32-bit automotive microprocessors, the MFI system is able to provide extremely accurate control of both fuel injector pulses and ignition timing. Accurate fuel delivery is accomplished through 16 fully sequential peak and hold fuel injector channels that can be fine tuned to deliver fuel exactly when it is needed on a cylinder-by-cylinder basis. Eight ignition channels provide control of coil-on-plug, coil pack, and single coil system.

The MFI system gathers information from a network of sensor modules. A variety of module types are available for different sensor types such as analog, thermocouple (EGT), RPM sensing (except for crankshaft and camshaft), oxygen sensor, and discrete inputs. Modules are also available for specific functions such as boost control, transmission control, traction control, and even a overhead switch panel. Sensor modules can be placed in locations convenient to the sensors which reduce the amount of wiring across the vehicle.

The MFI system provides users with an extremely flexible interface for adding just the functions needed. Functions such as rev limiters, timing modifiers, and timers are programmed through an event manager interface. Users can add as many functions as needed with each function having simple to complex triggers.

A complete data logger is essential to EFI tuning. The MFI system incorporates a versatile data log interface that allows users to view any channel and event. Simple and intermediate math functions can be applied to any channel or to a set of channels. Users can overlay multiple logs on one view for easy comparison of data.