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NanoEFI is currently under development to bring low-cost EFI to powersports riders of all types.
Streamlined and simplified so you can spend your time riding, instead of fiddling with the technical bits.

NanoEFI Airtune™ on:
Mobile Dashboard

Tune and live stream data with any device, anywhere.
Mobile | Tablet | Laptop | Desktop

✅ Single Cylinder and Dual Cylinder Support
✅ Low power: PWM Fuel Pump Regulation
✅ Injection: 2 Injector Channels
✅ Ignition: Single Logic-level Ignition Channel
✅ Sensor support: TPS, MAP, Fuel Pressure, CLT, IAT, O2 (for wideband, external controller required)



What installation experience can I expect?

You don’t have to worry about assembling and soldering circuits, as the NanoEFI ECU will only be available fully assembled.

Will I be able to get wholesale pricing, or base a product off of NanoEFI?

Yes and Yes. The plan for wholesale pricing is coupled with a strategy for increasing compatibility across vehicles in a decentralized way.

Access to wholesale pricing will be based on your ability to develop a full kit for your intended model using the NanoEFI ECU.  That includes any hardware and a software extension necessary to be compatible with the specific make and model that you have in mind. You must also be able to provide technical support necessary for your users.  

Part 2: How about exclusivity?
Exclusivity for a specific model or engine type will depend on volume.  Contact me if you’re interested.

Part 3: Will you custom develop a kit for my company’s specific application?
Yes, for a fee.  And as long as there is good alignment with the main project so it doesn’t become a detour.  Contact me if you’re interested.

Is NanoEFI hardware, software, or tuner compatible with other boards?

No.  We’re not compatible with other systems. Although I often link, refer, and encourage people to check out other projects, NanoEFI isn’t based on (or compatible with) those projects.

What is the best way to contact you?

On the forum, of course.

I get a lot of messages in private, mostly the same questions that have been covered in previous updates.  So to make this efficient, there’s a new process.  Please sign up on the forum and reply to a few posts that interest you.  This will help get you up to speed, and will build your trust level on the forum at the same time.  Then send me a private message when the option becomes available.

For dealer or custom development inquiries only:

Please reach out to me by email.  Thank you.


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Feb 2020: New updates are posted on the Forum and Patreon now.

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Past Progress

Previous developments


June 2019 Update: Airtune™ · OTA Updates · Funding?

Here’s a quick recap if you’re new around here: If you missed it, check out lasts month’s post going over the NanoEFI ECU I/O Diagram. You can use the diagram and description<a class="moretag" href="">Read More...</a>
By : Nano | Jun 19, 2019

August 2018: Covering 15 months of progress at once · Join the NEW FORUM!

The forum is online!  Join and let’s talk! The project is at the point now where I feel a bit more free to talk about more specific details and start taking questions<a class="moretag" href="">Read More...</a>
By : Nano | Aug 5, 2018

Getting NanoEFI’s core values right. Let’s talk about the weather, and open source?

Motivation behind NanoEFI Before I’m a developer, I’m a rider and off road enthusiast first.  We see very little snowfall here in Virginia, so it’s always a treat to ride these days. <a class="moretag" href="">Read More...</a>
By : Nano | May 7, 2017

NanoEFI Concept


Tuning over WiFi: Feature confirmed!

Because NanoEFI should be easy for everyone to tinker. Ease-of-use is a big priority for this project. But having the ability to tune EFI parameters to get the best performance (or gas<a class="moretag" href="">Read More...</a>
By : Nano | Aug 30, 2015

Proof of Concept: Tests successful!

In order to tell if we’re barking up the right tree with the Arduino Mini / Atmega328P, it needed to be tested on speed, precision and accuracy of its hardware and software.<a class="moretag" href="">Read More...</a>
By : Nano | Aug 28, 2015

Theory: EFI is possible on the Arduino Mini 328 (ATmega328P)

Will this actually work? Let’s inspect the ATmega328P to see if it is capable of supporting EFI theoretically. Update: Proof of concept: accuracy and speed tests successful! Is the CPU Fast enough?<a class="moretag" href="">Read More...</a>
By : Nano | Aug 27, 2015



Tuning over WiFi: Internal Micro HTTP server is working!

In a break from the norm of using 3rd-party EFI tuning tools, we’re rolling our own tuning software using web-based technologies. Javascript for the heavy lifting, and of course HTML/CSS for our<a class="moretag" href="">Read More...</a>
By : Nano | Sep 22, 2015

The ESP8266-12 WiFi module

With wireless tuning of the NanoEFI system being confirmed, attention then focused on finding an appropriate small and cost efficient WiFi module. Introducing the ESP8266 WiFi Chip. Going from not knowing this<a class="moretag" href="">Read More...</a>
By : Nano | Sep 6, 2015