and Multi Port Fuel Injection to a New Level.
The following options are ONLY for the EBL Flash and must be installed
at Dynamic EFI:
Shipping for pricing and options including International.
The EBL Flash
does away with the burning and swapping of chips. On-board flash is
the What's Up Display. No more swapping chips, no more ECM on the floor
of the vehicle. Put the ECM back into place under the dash (or seat, or
kick panel or
wherever it is intended to be). Then flash and data log a new
calibration right from the same cable via the What's Up Display
The EBL Flash includes the BIN, What's Up
Display, end cover, cable, ECU/XDF files and documentation. This is the
self install. You may also purchase a complete ready to go EBL Fash
ECM. This is one of the listed ECMs with the EBL Flash installed and
- High speed data logging
- Fully user programmable
- ECM software is enhanced with larger tables and added
- What's Up Display provides a Windows based graphical
with analysis screens Link
Screen shots of the What's Up Display
- Documented calibration parameters & tables for the
new ECM code along
with ECU and
XDF definition files (used to edit the calibration tables)
- Hardware is industrial temperature specified and conformal
reliability and long life
- Port Mod - Allows the EBL Flash to control multi-port
injection engines (batch fire)
- 4 Injector Upgrade - Allows the EBL Flash to properly
drive 4 TBI injectors or 8 peak and hold (PnH) port injectors
The EBL system sends ECM data to a laptop or PC running the What's Up
Display program. It is simply the best and fastest data logger
available for any GM ECM. The data stream contains all available engine
and vehicle parameters.
Included on the EBL board is eight analog input channels. The data from
these inputs is included real time with the ECM data. These analog
inputs can be used for data logging WB O2 units, fuel pressure, and any
other 0 to 5V linear device (accelerometer, oil pressure, oil
temperature, suspension travel, and so on).
The software to run the engine is the result of years of effort. It has
been enhanced to support engines from stock through high performance
monsters. Handles boost to 30 psi. The EBL code provides
functionality not found in stock ECMs. Wet N2O control, lean cruise,
cranking prime pulses, ability to select open loop modes for
cruise, decel or idle.
enhancements to the ECM code are too numerous to list. Once tuned your
run better then it ever has.
- A real shift light
- Soft touch rev limiter
- 1, 2 and 3-bar MAP support with boost SA retard and fuel
- Spark tables are high resolution and full size up to 6,400
- VE tables are high resolution and full size up to 8,000 RPM
- Acceleration enrichment (AE) tables have been expanded
- Changes to the fueling algorithms
have been made to provide a smoother, stronger running engine.
- Electric fan, upper/lower on/off thresholds and override
shutoff along with PE mode shutoff
- N2O wet system control: minimum MPH, TPS
threshold, RPM window. Arming input
- Smart A/C control: PE disable, upper/lower RPM shutoff,
- Lean cruise mode for better fuel mileage
- Open loop fueling modes
- N-Alpha mode
- Emissions functions: EGR, CCP, and closed loop
- For the Corvette CrossFire* folks your Digital Dash is
trip computer (DIC) will be functional
- For '85 through '89 Corvette, Camaro, and Firebird TPI
setups**, changing from a MAF set up to the EBL Flash ECM is a
What Else is Required:
- A BIN editor (such as WinBIN or TunerPro)
- Laptop*** for data logging, minimum requirements:
266 MHz, 32 MB RAM,
Win95, 800x600 screen resolution, serial port (or USB to Serial adapter
- ECM to be converted to an EBL system. The ECM can be any
one of the
'86 Safari, Astro
'86-'88 S10 2.8l
Many Trucks & Vans
'88 Camaro, Firebird
'89-'92 Camaro, Firebird, Caprice
'90 Lumina, 3.1l
16136965 '91-'94 Caprice,
16149405 '93 Trans
Sport, Silhouette, Lumina: APV, 3.1l
16171199 '94-'95 trucks, MT
16196391 '95-'95 Lumina, Trans
16196396 '94-'95 trucks, MT
If your vehicle uses one of these ECMs, the EBL ECM will be plug
compatible. Most will be Plug'n'Play, some will need a pin or two moved
on the harness connector (easy to do). In other words, unplug your
stock ECM and plug in an enhanced EBL ECM with all of the features.
the Embedded Lockers hardware:
The EBL Flash board needs to be installed into the ECM,
replacing the original little board. This may be accomplished by the
purchaser or by Dynamic EFI. In order to do a self-install decent
soldering skills are required. For those purchasers that do not wish to
install the EBL board themselves Dynamic EFI charges a nominal fee for
installation. There is also an option to purchase an ECM outright with
the EBL Flash board already installed.
Link to self-install guide
EBL Flash board installed into ECM:
* Crossfire Corvette:
For the EBL Flash ECM to
work in a Crossfire car some additional changes are required. This is
due to the type of connectors each ECM uses. The Crossfire ECMs use an
edge card connector, while the EBL ECMs use the pin style connector.
Basically there are three options:
1) Replace the EFI harness
with one from a TBI car/truck with the proper connectors.
2) Cut off the current ECM harness connectors and splice on the pin
3) Have a HAM board installed into the EBL ECM. See DCS at
for the HAM board & install.
** MAF TPI Corvette and Camaro/Firebirds:
change from a MAF TPI set up to an EBL Flash ECM requires a few
changes. There are some ECM harness connector pins that need to be
moved. A MAP sensor (1, 2, or 3-bar) is added using the existing MAF
wires and plumbed to the plenum. The MAF is no longer used but may
remain in place.
Then plug in the EBL Flash ECM and turn the key.
is an easy and great upgrade to get away from the expensive MAF sensor
and burn-off relays. And is even better when boost is involved.
The Port Mod option
for the EBL Flash ECM is required for this application.
** 1990-1992 TPI Speed Density owners - see our EBL Flash P4 for your
*** Laptop Requirements:
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