Know whats out there, tracy cook's ec3 seems most promising. But can others be used in aircraft. like motec, microtec, haltec, megasquirt, ect? asking because there are many rotary engine tuners here in central florida and petit racing down in palm beach not far from me, as well as gato racing, ortiz racing. all very well known rotary shops. Most are drag racing and street car shops but have lots of very usefull knowledge and tuning skills for these engines. and would like to have them tune my engine management but not stick them with something their not used to. Most are using microtec. also I know an engine dyno doesn't simulate actual load conditions but can get me really close. what is some of the load conditions that would have to be entered to simulate takeoff, climb, cruise, ect? the aftermarket stand alone ecu's have a broad variety of sensor and switched inputs/ outputs. along with the engine's map sensor the ecu can read a seperate air pressure sensor to be used for change in altitude. there can be intake air temp and ambient air temp, coolant temp is standard, eccentric shaft position, tps, individual injector outputs and individual coil outputs. egt inputs, fuel pressure. almost anything can be done as long as all the inputs/ outputs arent used up.