History of EAS

History of the Engine Analysis Software Development:

During the late 1980’s, a group of rc boat modelers, who were also engineers, started talking about the possibility of making a tool to accurately measure and document RC Engines. Was it possible to get rid of the inaccurate degree wheel?

Could they convert measurements into useful data, then apply the results to their engines? They found that there were many complex formulas involved in solving these problems. After several years of development and refinement of the first Engine Analysis Software, the group developed the Engine Analysis Software. They used it continually and found it indispensable. Performance of the engines of this group increased to the point, that they were dominating National Model Competitions. The group decided that this Software was too important to the RC Modeling Community to keep to themselves. A few copies of the software were provided to some of the top rc engine builders and tuners across the country. THEY LOVED IT and used it every day in their engine building businesses. The software development group decided to offer it for sale to competitors on a very limited basis. People from across the World got wind of the availability and the pressure was on to make it available to everyone. Engine Manufacturers began using it in their R & D Labs. Engine Tuners started using it in their everyday engine modification businesses. “Super Serious RC Competitors” started using it to build and tune their personal engines. The program is now used by Serious RC Competitors in Boats, Planes, Cars, and all other forms of Nitro RC Racing and Competition.