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As the companies that we have supported since the beginning come out with new products, it is important that we keep up with the times. Since AEM’s release of the Infinity line of EMS about a year ago, we have been more than curious to get our hands on one. That time has finally arrived, and we gladly flew to AEM’s headquarters in Hawthorne California to see what the fuss is about. AEM hosed a two-day training class on the new ECU to cover all the new features.
After the first half of the first day, we quickly learned that the Infinity could do more than we were lead to believe. Fuel and spark control has been taken to the next level switching to volumetric efficiency (VE) based tuning, and adding individual cylinder ignition trims. This allows for far more resolution (1/10th of a microsecond) over the injectors. That combination makes the tuning experience is very similar to the Version 2 EMS, but with a big influence from stock ECU tuning with far more resolution and options.
The Infinity really shines with all the additional features it can be set up to do. Multiple engine protection strategies , flex fuel, multiple stage nitrous control, traction control and dual drive by wire make up some of the additional features. Drive by wire is a new feature, and it allows you to control the slope of the pedal so that it can drive nicely, but still have all the power when matted. Traction control is set up based on wheel speed sensors (stock ABS sensors), and can be fully adjustable. On the fly adjust ability of traction control can be done while driving by a user adjustable 12 position switch. Fail-safes for almost all of the engine’s sensors can be added. Fully programmable from simulating like the sensor never went bad all the way to shutting the vehicle off.
The Infinity deserves its name due to the almost infinite amount of adjust ability. It makes other ECU's, including the older EMS's feel archaic. The way the car is setup to run should be enough to make most people interested, then all the additional features are just bonuses. For the price conscious out there, they are releasing versions (like the 6 and 8h), that have all the features, just less drivers for only 6 cylinders, and 1 drive by wire throttle body. Overall the Infinity is a great ECU, built by a proven company in the aftermarket and racing world.
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Jeff's VR4!
TD04 Frame Turbos, ECU Reflash, GM MAF Translator, Custom Exhaust, Meth Injection. 683HP on C16, 615 on Pump Gas.
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AGP Everything! Gram Lights, GT30R, 3 1/2" Intercooler, AMS Fuel System and PWJDM Carbon Fiber Bits.
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My.IS Meet 6/8/13
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Time to break out the Autocross Arsenal. SCCA Points 5 is just around the corner - May 26th at Turner Field.
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