There are a lot of notable upgrades with the FT700 series and one of the big highlights are the input/output channels. Both systems are capable of 36 analog/digital/frequency inputs along with 8 high-speed channels, 6 differential VR inputs, and 4 CAN ports (three are CAN FD), LIN port, and SENT inputs. Even more impressive are the 50 output capabilities.
The fuel tables will remain the same as the PowerFT engine management systems, however, the FuelTech engineers added the option to view and control them using true VE (volumetric efficiency) mode in the VisionFT series. There is also a new mathematical reference that’s nearly unlimited to help deliver the right information to the tuner. Because there is never a one-size fits all, FuelTech has created user-defined protocols that can be custom built by advanced
calibrators giving them the ability to only be held back by their imagination.
The data logging capabilities are exponentially greater and include GPS location for road racing and drag racing. There are 64Gb of memory to house data logs and tunes, which is enough to store complete seasons of drag racing or multiple 24-hour endurance competition, and everything in-between. If that isn’t enough, dual USB-C port allows for added capacity or ease of data transfer. Also, part of the flow of information is the ability to add cameras and radio
communication through the ECU, which will also be displayed on the in-vehicle screen and live stream channel via Bluetooth or WiFi