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AEM F/IC Basic Setup

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Re: AEM F/IC Basic Setup

Post by gradon » June 12th, 2014, 4:53 pm

I found that 4.7Kohm-10Kohm resistors allowed you to offset the O2 voltages without the pcm fighting you.

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Re: AEM F/IC Basic Setup

Post by darkcorp » May 11th, 2018, 4:36 am

Hi guys!

I've bought AEM FIC 6 1910 for my 4.6 stroker. I know for Chrysler engine I should use 1913 version to eliminate MIL for injectors but I've found only 1910 version in my country.

One of my mate uses AEM FIC 6 1910 without throwing MIL. He connected additional 6 old Jeep injectors from junkyard and it works well.

Is it right or I can add some inductor coils instead? If yes, then could you tell parameters of inductor?
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Re: AEM F/IC Basic Setup

Post by darkcorp » May 14th, 2018, 3:49 am

I don't understand why one picture wasn't attached.
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