'11-'14 Ford Coyote FRPP Control Pack Infinity PNP Kit
'11-'14 Ford Coyote FRPP Control Pack Infinity PNP Kit
AEM's 2011-2014 FORD 5.0L COYOTE PLUG & PLAY ADAPTER HARNESS (AEM PN 30-3812) FOR ITS INFINITY SERIES 7 PROGRAMMABLE STANDALONE ECU IS FOR RACING ENGINES WHICH ARE USING THE FORD RACING CONTROLS PACK (FRCP). AEM’S COYOTE PLUG & PLAY HARNESS PROVIDES RACERS AND ENGINE BUILDERS WHO ALREADY HAVE OR PLAN TO PURCHASE AN FRCP WITH THE ABILITY TO QUICKLY INSTALL THE INFINITY ECU ON A COYOTE ENGINE (AROUND 30 MINUTES). A PLUG AND PLAY SOLUTION FOR VEHICLES THAT DO NOT USE THE FRCP WILL BE AVAILABLE IN THE NEAR FUTURE.
THE BENEFITS OF CONTROLLING FORD'S TiVCT WITH INFINITY
The Infinity ECU was the first programmable EFI system to deliver programmable variable cam timing (VCT) for the 2011-2014 Ford Coyote TiVCT system. By controlling the Coyote's VCT on all four camshafts, tuners are able to create more peak power over no VCT or when tuning only intake variable cam tuning, and significantly more mid range. The following dyno plots were performed on a stock Ford Coyote engine, on the engine dyno at CPR in Gardena, CA, where tuning the intake and exhaust VCT netted a peak gain of 42.3 HP @ 6500 RPM and a mid range gain of 109.3 Horsepower @ 3900 RPM. The Coyote's torque gains are even more pronounced, showing a peak gain of 85.8 lbs/ft at 4,400 RPM, with the largest torque gain of 149.9 lbs/ft occurring at 3,700 RPM.
The engine tested was a 100% bone stock take out from a Mustang GT. The power and torque data shown is representative of optimized cam timing and not just sending the cams to their max advance/retard positions. The purpose of the testing we did was to show the changes in torque/power output based purely on optimizing airflow by varying both the intake and exhaust cams while maintaining the same AFRs and using the same ignition timing. We felt this was prudent as some competitor systems that also have EMS solutions for the Coyote aren’t able to do variable cam control and have attempted to downplay its real benefits. We feel these dyno results pretty clearly show how beneficial the Coyote variable cam system is.
As is shown, we first ran the engine with both the intake and exhaust cams at their resting positions (fully retarded for intake and fully advanced for exhaust). Fueling was adjusted to reach target AFR and a base timing value was established. We then started tuning the intake cams only and through a series of pulls, found optimized cam advance values that netted the best increases in torque/power output. We repeated this same process for the exhaust cams while also moving the intake cams. In each iteration, fueling was adjusted to account for increases in airflow in order to reach our target AFR. This is the typical process for variable cam tuning on any engine.
We were surprised by the results – especially the gains made by retarding the exhaust cams. We’ve done a lot of variable cam motors in the past and are used to seeing sizeable gains by advancing the intake cams. In most cases however, moving the exhaust cams has usually netted a decrease in torque output as there is fuel/air charge dilution by the exhaust gases. It’s common that variable exhaust cams are used much like EGR for emissions purposes by the OEMs so it was surprising when the Coyote made huge gains by varying the exhaust cams. It was very evident to us that varying both sets of cams was vital in getting the Coyote to its full power potential.
Ford 5.0L Coyote Plug & Play Harness with Expansion Port
Once you have determined which Infinity ECU will best support your Ford 5.0L Coyote M/T engine, you will need to purchase the Coyote Plug & Play adapter harness (PN 30-3812). AEM’s Plug & Play harness for 5.0L Coyote engines includes Wideband O2 connectors and adapters for converting to Bosch 4.2 LSU UEGO sensors, an AEMnet connector for communication with other AEMnet enabled devices and an auxiliary connector with a High Performance DTM-Style 12P connector for adding common aftermarket sensors including fuel pressure, air inlet temperature, MAP, oil temperature and ethanol content sensor. The expansion port also includes a sensor ground, 5v reference, 12v power from relay and high side output for activating a relay or solenoid, a low side output for boost control and analog inputs for mode switch and no-lift shift. Harnesses for AEM 4-Channel Coil Drivers are integrated into the adapter harness, and an additional High Performance DTM-Style connector is included to allow users to wire the fuel pump to the Infinity for control of the unit.
The Infinity EMS delivers high-end engine control for the racing masses at a fraction of the cost. The Infinity Series 7 for 5.0L Ford Coyote race engines uses airflow-based tuning models to simplify start up and speed up the tuning process by eliminating many of the lookup and trim tables (Correction Tables) necessary in previous generation ECUs.
200MHz Processor and Real Time Operating System
Late model vehicle ECU’s all run on faster processors. The Infinity ECU is built around a latest-generation 32 bit floating point 200MHz automotive processor and Real Time Operating System (RTOS), which is capable of processing 400 MIPS (millions of instructions per second). By comparison, common competitive systems typically use 20MHz to 50MHz processors. To our knowledge, the Infinity ECU currently has the fastest processing speed of any aftermarket Motorsports ECU available. This allows the Infinity to do more, faster, in a more stable programming environment.
The Infinity’s 200MHz processor and RTOS makes the Infinity more responsive, for a better driving experience
The Infinity’s 200MHz processor and RTOS allows for more accurate ignition timing, which enables an engine to create more power
The Infinity’s faster processor allows it to perform more computational features with no sacrifice in processing performance
The Infinity’s RTOS ensures strategic processing with optimized load balancing. This means that tuning one feature will not affect the performance of another feature
Airflow model based (VE) tuning
ECU Set Up Wizard simplifies start up
Flex Fuel compatible
Multi fuel capable
Programmable Drive by wire
Variable valve control
Multiple boost control strategies
Programmable nitrous control
Map switching (on-the-fly)
Dual Internal wideband UEGO air/fuel controller
Dual knock sensing circuits
Data logging up to 64GB, up to 100 channels at 1KHz
Outputs to 3rd party dashes and data loggers
Industry leading data transfer speed (up to 480Mb/sec)
Integrated engine protection strategies
Sealed enclosure and IP67 rated comms ports