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Thats why you joined this forum, gotto have something up your sleeves with such a nice shop and cars.

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I joined on to this forum because I see the SRT-4 as a great platform to build from. One of the primary focuses of our shop is in EMS tuning and we have experience with many of the different programming software out there, AEM, Motec, HKS VPro, etc. We are very excited about the recent release of the AEM EMS for the SRT-4, and we believe that by using some of the fuctions that are available such as the two-step, anti-lag, and traction control will really allow the SRT-4 to shine at the drag strip.

Currently, our shop is trying to embrace the SRT-4 market, and are really looking forward to our upcoming SRT-4 dyno day (May 6th) and are hoping to begin tuning some SRT-4s in the very near future. We currently do not have an SRT-4 project going on, but we are always looking for something fun to work on.

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Some things that we are currently working on to use in conjunction with the AEM EMS:

FJO methanol system- Using all FJO components we are able to configure the AEM to control a methanol injection system. Some of the safegaurds that have been built into this system are a methanol pressure sensor which allows the AEM to default to the base 92 octane map if the methanol pressure is too low (no methanol or pump not working) or too high (solenoid not working).

We recently tested this system on a Supra in Hawaii and by using 92 octane and a 50/50 methanol-water mixture we were able to come with 50 peak hp from when the car was tuned on C16. The cool thing about controlling the methanol through the AEM is that we can increase boost and advance the timing while the methanol is being injected, and default back to the base boost and timing when the system is not working.

Aim Digital dashboard - We are working to integrate the Aim digital dashboard into the AEM EMS.
http://www.aimsports.com/products/mx.../features.html

This will allow us to feed the sensor reading directly from the AEM to the dashboard. Not only does this dashboard look nice, but it will allow us to save money on some of the gauges that would usually be used to keep tabs on the engines operations.

If you would like any further information on either of these products, call the shop or PM.

Brian
RRev Motorsports
(503) 289-4020
 
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