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kcpaz
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Flex Fuel content on AiM dash via CAN

Is this something that is possible? Of the 100 channels displayed in the ECU data stream on the AiM software, none of them are related to flex fuel content. 

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AiM does not appear to

AiM does not appear to support the Ethanol Content CAN channel:

https://www.aim-sportline.com/download/ecu/racing/AEM_Infinity_102_eng.pdf

The data is broadcast on the AEMNet data stream, see Message ID 0x01F0A007, Byte 4

https://www.aemelectronics.com/files/pdf/AEMNet%20170116_Public.pdf

You would need to contact AiM to see if they can update their receive protocol to display Ethanol Content.

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Thank you for that info.

Thank you for that info. Hopefully they're willing to look into this. Until then, are there any other stand alone products available that would allow me to monitor ethanol content without hooking up a computer and viewing the information in via the Infinity Tuner software?

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There are two options we

There are two options we currently sell that you could use for viewing this information. The first, less expensive option, would be to use one of our AEMNet gauges for around $175:

https://www.aemelectronics.com/products/gauges/digital-gauges/X-Series/A...

The alternative option is to swap to a CD dash which allows you to create a fully customized layout and supports over 150 different CAN enabled devices:

https://www.aemelectronics.com/products/cd-digital-dash-displays-adapter...

These start at $999 and go all the way up to $1930 depending on options desired.

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If I hadn't already had the

If I hadn't already had the car set up for the AiM dash, I would definitly try the CD dash.

 

AiM was actually really fast to respond to this request, and has already sent over a new ECM driver to test. I'm sure they'll have an updated version for the public available shortly.