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MegaTunix

MegaTunix is a tuning application for the MegaSquirt EFI (Electronic Fuel Injection) ECU, a semi-open design hardware fuel injection controller usable on just about any internal combustion engine. It supports most recent MegaSquirt firmwares for the MS-1, MS-2, and MS-2 Extra series. Also included is support for the JimStim ECU debugging tool and the 3rd party Performance Injection System (PIS) firmware retrofit for GM ALDL ECUs. MegaTunix includes an intelligent ECU interrogator, very flexible data logging, and a configurable and extendable GUI.

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  •  22 Jun 2010 16:30

    Release Notes: The code compiles cleanly on Mac OS X now. Numerous segfaults were fixed. MSnS-Extra HR 011d and MS2-Extra 3.0.3 are fully supported. Significant performance improvements were made.

    •  09 Mar 2010 01:42

      Release Notes: Full support for the MS2-Extra 2.1 series and B&G MS2 2.8+ series, many speed improvements, new widgets, a 2D table editor, and stripchart were included. Multiuser tuning was improved and stabilized significantly.

      •  15 Dec 2008 21:40

        Release Notes: Major fixes to repair the ECU corruption bug in the previous release(s). Minor UI improvements. The GaugeDesigner UI has been redesigned.

        •  03 Jul 2008 08:07

          Release Notes: A major that lead to table corruption was fixed. The 3D table editor was significantly enhanced and now has movable axes. Whole rows/colums are now hotkey editable. Textual table math rescalers were added along with ms2-e 16x16 fuel tables.

          •  10 Mar 2007 19:09

            Release Notes: Support for 300/400 KPa sensors was added. Table import/export was added for each table independently. Accelwizard was improved to fix some poor logic.

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