Hi, completely new to this forum but would like to ask a few questions along with placing my hand up to become a Beta Tester.
I am in the process of constructing a sub two litre land-speed streamliner (re Bonneville type) for a world speed attempt on the sub 2,000cc sidecar speed record.
The engine I plan to fit will be a modified 1.8 litre (1,800cc) Suzuki DT115 four cylinder, two stroke outboard unit, vintage 1987.
With LOTS of luck I should be able to run the completed unit in March 2022 at Lake Gairdner in South Australia, which has a world accredited speed trial track (Salt flats where Donald Campbell run the Bluebird)
I think that the NanoEFI Master Control Unit has been designed around a four stroke engine? As in my brief trawl through the site it seems to mention only firing sequences (degrees) that suit a four stroke?
In order to run a two stroke one would require sequences of 360 total degree and individual values of an even degree rotation of 360 i.e 90, 120 or 180 (whole numbers).
It would also would be desirable that the MCU could handle or via a relay/transistor be able to fire a 60+Volts petrol injector similar to the E-TEC/Ficht type injector.
This injector is a High Pressure type which allows fuel to be injected/fired onto the piston crown AFTER THE PISTON HAS JUST CLOSED THE EXHAUST PORT ON ITS UPWARD (COMPRESSION) STROKE.
Being able to do this allows the two stroke engine to have similar asymmetrical port timing (along with a reed or rotary intake valve).
Asymmetrical timing definitely places the two stroke on an even or far better footing than a four stroke in power and emission and gives a less complicated intake/exhaust control system i.e. no valve seats, cams, springs etc.
The added benefit is that using a E-TEC type injector adds to the power and emission from a Turbocharged two stroke engine.