May 31, 2004I'm going with a Fuel injected 351Windsor and I purchased the Ford Racing Wiring harness's and computer. The Computer won't work for my supercharged application but AEM sells a computer that I can simply plug into my harness and then I'll be able to adjust my setting via laptop. Anyone have any experience with this? I don't want to simply get a computer chip burned for my application because I won't be able to adjust it should I decide to modify it at a later date. Thanks
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June 10, 2004Not sure about the aftermarket support for injected motors. The early (mid 90's) Lightnings had supercharged 351's. I wonder if the computer from one of those would work?
June 10, 2004Aftermarket support is awesome. I have a 89 Mustang 5.0 and have been tinkering with it for quite a few years. The lightning computer will work but with the higher boost levels etc I would still have to get a custom chip burned. I've heard alot of good/bad things about getting chips burned. If it's a simple bolt on upgrade the chips seem to work well however alot has to do with the shop that does the work. I figure if I go with a system thats a little easier to control with the right help I should be able to get a very nice ride and brutal power when I plant the gas pedal. I'm really concerned about reliability. I'll have too much invested to leave anything to chance so although the initial cost will be alot more than a chip I think it will be worth it. I'll keep everyone posted
December 29, 2010any updates on this?
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