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Coolant Pressure Protection Failsafe

How's it going AEM,

 

Any way to enable a Coolant pressur protection failsafe in AEM Infinity?  At the 1/4mi. track last week, by my own fault, I lifted my head unknowingly at that given moment, and stayed in it during the run.

 

If there was an engine protect mode to cut power if coolant pressure exceeds a user inputted value for a given rpm, it would help me catch me lifting my head at the very beginning, and would help keep it as simple as swapping the headgaset and being on my way.

 

Actually, I'm pretty surprised this isn't a function within the software, as this is a common failsafe/protection mode, or atleast in the drag racing community.  Again, user error for why the head lifted, but it would be nice to have had this implemented so I could had caught it very quickly.

 

Any plans or way to get this included into the software in a decent timeframe?

 

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Bump for any input if coolant

Bump for any input if coolant pressure protection can be something that can be implemented?

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I would like to see this

I would like to see this feature added also and while your at it add crankcase pressure fail safe

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turborick wrote:

turborick wrote:

I would like to see this feature added also and while your at it add crankcase pressure fail safe

 

AEM has been great with responding to my other questions prior, but it seems like they're not interested in updating this thread in regards to if this could be a feature implemented in the near future.  I assume it wouldn't take much to get it into the software?  This would be a viable failsafe for any/all racers and hobbyists, imo.

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Requests noted. Thank you

Requests noted. Thank you for the suggestions.

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Hey all, 

Hey all, 

I'd like to see if we can bring this back from the dead. AEM, has there been any development in this? 

Thanks