When possible we're always happy to work with other companies to mutual benefit. We've worked with aftermarket manufacturers to evaluate ram pipes and air filter combinations. We've also assisted with the development of several ITB kits for V8 engines.
With Gardner Douglas and AT Power we co-developed the direct-to-head LS7 throttle body kit, remaining compliant to emissions standards.
Dunnell Engines continue to push boundaries with their Duratec kits and we've developed specific firmware to support their engines.
We've appeared in the media regularly since the launch of our first products. A monthly column in Kit Car magazine followed our day-to-day work for several years. We converted Will Holman's Mercedes to EFI/LPG, covered in PPC magazine. In Practical Classics magazine we've converted several cars in step-by-step articles.
The power figures generated by our fuel injected five port A-series engines raised a few eyebrows at MiniWorld magazine. We were then invited to install our injection ECU on 'Bogus 2' ; the no-expense-spared Mini prepared by tuning legends MiniSport.
Amongst other publications, we've been featured in and/or offered technical advice for Car Mechanics, Classic Ford, Retro Ford, Retro Cars, Practical Performance Car, Total Kit Car, 911 & Porsche World and TVR Sprint. Vehicles running our systems have appeared amongst the pages of Evo, AutoCar, Top Gear and Octane magazines.
On the TV, Canems ECUs have been used on several occasions by Fuzz Townshend and Tim Shaw on Channel 4's Car SOS. We've been filmed converting classic vehicles to modern EFI.
Canems ECUs are featured as part of a case study in the book 'Tuning and Modifying the Rover V8 Engine' by Daniel & Nathan Lloyd, published by The Crowood Press. Testament to the improvements our systems have given to countless V8 owners over the years.
In latter years with the popularity of social media, we're lucky to have a strong online presence. We had an early viral hit on Facebook when one of our ECUs was fitted to a 500bhp Fiat Cinquecento.
Highly polished professional photo shoots are always a joy to watch; one of many examples being Chris and Steve Putt's 'RX7 from Hell' video by In Motion Media, which approached 100,000 views straight after release.