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« on: August 13, 2012, 07:54:22 PM »

John Reed Racing and Racing Solutions are pleased to announce the pre-release of the 1996 to 2010 Dodge Viper - AEM Infinity 10 Plug and Play Engine Management System

Pricing for these kits is starting at $4995.00

More Info to Follow!!

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« Reply #1 on: August 13, 2012, 09:57:47 PM »

Well, that's a bomb.  A replacement ECU or a subcomputer?

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« Reply #2 on: August 14, 2012, 05:58:20 AM »

Well, that's a bomb.  A replacement ECU or a subcomputer?

Ted :idk:

If that's truly the harness it looks like "sub computer" .  Since the 3 plug header and the 3 JTEC plugs wouldn't be necessary for a total replacement.  Just how much of the functionality they're replacing / enhancing is hard to tell without seeing which pins that thing is connected to.

I suppose they could take over most of the engine management and still leave the JTEC for the other stuff like the instrument panel, engine start, etc.  The wiring on the O2 sensors what little I can see would point to wide band.

That is essentially how we used to build the FAST interfaces for the JTEC managed V8 Dodges.  The FAST ran all the engine functions ignition / fuel / nitrous and the JTEC did the cruise control, instrument panel, etc.   But we used a lot more connection points in the harness to do that.

According to the AEM website the Infinity-10 is a 10 cylinder stand alone ECU.  The wiring depicted above indicates it's not implemented as a full stand alone like the old AEM's used on the GenII's, but rather a piggy back taking over a couple engine functions.

Given SCT tuning capabilities for the JTEC that one would be a hard sell for me at $5k. 

JMHO YMMV

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« Reply #3 on: August 16, 2012, 07:39:19 AM »

If that's truly the harness it looks like "sub computer" .  Since the 3 plug header and the 3 JTEC plugs wouldn't be necessary for a total replacement.  Just how much of the functionality they're replacing / enhancing is hard to tell without seeing which pins that thing is connected to.

I suppose they could take over most of the engine management and still leave the JTEC for the other stuff like the instrument panel, engine start, etc.  The wiring on the O2 sensors what little I can see would point to wide band.

That is essentially how we used to build the FAST interfaces for the JTEC managed V8 Dodges.  The FAST ran all the engine functions ignition / fuel / nitrous and the JTEC did the cruise control, instrument panel, etc.   But we used a lot more connection points in the harness to do that.

According to the AEM website the Infinity-10 is a 10 cylinder stand alone ECU.  The wiring depicted above indicates it's not implemented as a full stand alone like the old AEM's used on the GenII's, but rather a piggy back taking over a couple engine functions.

Given SCT tuning capabilities for the JTEC that one would be a hard sell for me at $5k. 

JMHO YMMV




The Infinity solution for the Viper will be similar to the Gen 3 AEM kits that have been available for years.   The AEM is used to control the engine function, but is piggybacked with the factory PCM that will maintain gauges, ABS, body control, etc. 

While the 5K price tag may not be for everyone, the SCT tuning capabilities for the JTEC don't even begin to compare to the capabilities of these systems.   Also this is the first "affordable" option for the Gen IV. 
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« Reply #4 on: August 16, 2012, 10:02:08 AM »

That is an excellent piece of electonics for the Gen 4. 

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