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EMS, Programmable

"Plug and Play" Engine Management Systems (EMS) These engine management systems will forever change the way you look at and perform fuel injection tuning! User-friendly Windows™ based software (XP, 2000, NT, 98, 95 and ME) makes the task of copying, viewing and manipulating data as simple as a click of the mouse. User-defined templates are easily configurable and enable tuners to establish "quick keys" to any pertinent information during the tuning process. The infinitely adjustable Mopar EMS software allows tuners to program virtually any combination of engine control, power adders and auxiliary devices, and accurately deliver proper amounts of fuel and correct ignition timing for virtually any engine configuration or operating condition. Mopar's programmable engine management system is capable of adapting to almost any vehicle using "flying lead" wiring harness (available separately). We are confident that this is the most versatile, powerful, and comprehensive universal engine management program available for your Mopar! Unique features found in Mopar's universal EMS also include independent, builtin "peak and hold" injector drivers, capable of controlling both high and low impedance injectors of any brand or flow rate. Direct ignition coil drivers control the coil-on-plug system with no additional hardware required. Unique, dual- UEGO (wideband O˛ sensor) input provides accurate A/F tuning and calibration capabilities no matter how heavily modified the engine. In addition, dual-channel (typically, one per cylinder bank) detonation (spark knock) snesor capability provides safe engine operation under a wide range of loads, altitudes, and fuel octane availability.

Note: For crate engine or conversion of 5.7L or 6.1L into an older classic car or truck. Not designed for newer vehicles already equipped with a 5.7L or 6.1L Hemi. IMPORTANT NOTICE: This device is not legal for use on pollution-controlled vehicles certified for use on streets or highways. Once this device is installed, use of the vehicle on a street or highway is a violation of the Clean Air Act, potentially subjecting the operator and the installer to civil penalties of up to $32,500 per vehicle depending on the circumstances.