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Old 07-06-14, 05:13 PM   #1
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Default SC 300/400 gte swap AEM Ecu question.....

I was wondering where everyone else is mounting there Aem Ecu in their SC? I was trying to get the aem to fit under the cover in the passenger footwell where the stock Ecu is mounted. But I can't seem to make it fit. Looks like I'm gonna have to hack up/mod that cover. Has anyone else had this problem?
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Cut out the center divider under that black cover. Mine fits fine in there.
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Thanks I'll give that a shot when the car comes home from getting the new built auto boost logic tranny installed.
Btw the triple gauge pod is working out good, but I see now why u went to the quad pod. I gotta add at least two more gauges. I got boost, wideband O2, tranny temp now but gonna need water temp and oil pressure also. Forgot I need egt too. Damn not sure how I'm gonna mount all these gauges. Lol

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All the cars that I have done or seen , had the box in the stock ecu location.
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Btw the triple gauge pod is working out good, but I see now why u went to the quad pod. I gotta add at least two more gauges. I got boost, wideband O2, tranny temp now but gonna need water temp and oil pressure also. Forgot I need egt too. Damn not sure how I'm gonna mount all these gauges. Lol
Glad ya like it

I actually put my wideband in the glove box because 4 wasn't enough
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Glad ya like it

I actually put my wideband in the glove box because 4 wasn't enough
Ya I don't know where gonna put the other three gauges. Guess I could not have one but which one ya know?
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Old 07-08-14, 06:43 PM   #7
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which aem are yall using?

I was looking at the FIC controller (fuel and ignition piggyback). Anyone had good results with it?

Obviously the pnp's are the most ideal but I can't really justify spending 2g's on a little box when i have less than that in the whole car.
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