AEM Releases Infinity ECU Plug & Play Adapter Harness for Ford Coyote Racing Engines Using Ford Racing Controls Pack! | AEM
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AEM Releases Infinity ECU Plug & Play Adapter Harness for Ford Coyote Racing Engines Using Ford Racing Controls Pack!

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September 11th, 2014

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AEM Releases Infinity ECU Plug & Play Adapter Harness for Ford Coyote

Racing Engines Using Ford Racing Controls Pack!

Quickly remove the Coyote’s Ford ECM and install an Infinity ECU to control all four variable cams, drive-by-wire and more!

September 11th, 2014, Hawthorne, CA - AEM has released a Plug & Play Adapter Harness (AEM PN 30-3812) for its Infinity programmable standalone ECU for Ford 5.0L Coyote racing engines which are using the Ford Racing Controls Pack (FRCP). This harness allows for removal of the factory Ford ECM and installation of an Infinity standalone programmable ECU. It provides racers and engine builders who already have or plan to purchase an FRCP with the ability to quickly install the Infinity ECU on a Coyote engine (around 30 minutes), and retain full control of the engine’s TI-VCT variable cam timing control and drive-by-wire. AEM’s adapter harness also eliminates the restrictive factory mass airflow sensor (MAF) and airbox, making it an ideal harness solution for forced induction applications.

The Infinity ECU is to our knowledge, the first standalone programmable ECU to deliver full control of all four of the Coyote’s variable valve camshafts and deliver programmable control of the Coyote’s drive-by-wire system. This capability provides tuners with the ability to take full advantage of the engine’s midrange power potential through the adjustment of all four camshafts anywhere in the RPM range, and create two drive-by-wire profiles for rain maps, pit lane limits and more. Other key racing features include multiple boost control strategies, programmable nitrous control, on-the-fly map switching, programmable four-wheel speed traction control, launch control, flex fuel and multi fuel capability. It utilizes airflow (VE) based tuning, has up to 64GB data logging capacity and can transfer data at up to 480Mb/second. Its enclosure is sealed and suitable for engine bay mounting.

The Infinity EMS delivers high-end engine control for the racing masses at a fraction of the cost of comparable standalone engine management systems. Built around a latest-generation 200MHz automotive processor, the Infinity is capable of processing 400 MIPS (millions of instructions per second). For a limited time, all Infinity systems come fully enabled without the need for feature add-on purchases. Combined with AEM’s industry leading after-purchase support system, including free technical support, the Infinity is the ultimate engine control solution for both professional race teams and weekend track cars.

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I will be picking one of

Will this work in the 2011 - 2014 F-150 5.0s as well? If so, I will be picking one of these up soon.

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The adapter harness has only

The adapter harness has only been verified to work with the Ford Racing Controls Pack.  No specific applications have been tested.  To be honest, I don't know if you're asking if it'll work with a 5.0 from a F-150 or if the Infinity will work in a F-150 as a plug and play.  If it's the later, then no, it will not p-n-p with a F-150.  

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Thanks for the reply. I

Thanks for the reply. I should have been more specific; I just assumed it would work with the F-150 5.0 because they are practically the same engine. I was mainly wondering if it is plug and play with F-150, but you answered my question by stating it isn't. Theoretically then, all I would need to do is get this http://www.americanmuscle.com/frpp-coyote-engine-control.html and then it should work?

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That would work but there is

That would work but there is a full Infinity lay over harness planned for the Coyote.  No ETA at this time.  Seems like quite the undertaking to try and integrate the Infinity onto an app like a late model vehicle.  That takes us months to do and we're a team of engineers.  Not saying it couldn't be done but ripping out all the stock stuff just to put a Controls Pack back on the truck and then try to get that setup to play nicely with everything else on the vehicle sounds very involved.  

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any updates for the F150 5.0L

any updates for the F150 5.0L engine? 

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Will this PNP with a 2016

Will this PNP with a 2016 Ford 150 Shelby truck?

Thanks Chris

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No. This is a plug and play

No. This is a plug and play system for the Ford Racing Controls Pack - it is not a vehicle plug and play system.