Additional Injector Controllers
The AIC1 Additional Injector Controller provides precise fuel delivery over the boosted operating range of an internal combustion engine. It is designed for use with engines that have been converted to forced induction with the addition of turbochargers or superchargers. The AIC1 gives the user a convenient way to set the fuel mixture for proper air/fuel ratio in the boost region.

The AIC1 is a stand alone additional injector controller. It provides three dimensional mapping of additional fuel. Injector pulse width is loaded directly into cell locations on a map defined by boost pressure and RPM. Two independent maps can control up to four injectors. Map A can drive too low or high impedance.

The calibration of the AIC1 is done through a serial interface, which is active while in operation. The AIC1 is programmed with the Windows 95/98/200/XP compatible R4 software. The software provides real time display of RTM, manifold pressure, injector on time and duty cycle in percent. A variety of editing tools ease the task of setting up an initial map and quickly fine tune for optimum performance.

 

The AIC1 can be order in a variety of configurations. Refer to the ordering information section to see the combination of pressures sensors, number of injectors and injector types that are available. Both absolute and gauge pressure sensors are available. The absolute sensor can read both vacuum and pressure regions and is used to fire the injectors in the vacuum region or when elevation compensation is desired. A gauge pressure sensor reads in the boost region only. In some applications, the gauge pressure sensor can cause an excessively rich fuel mixture at high elevations.
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The AIC1 is typically used in conjunction with a precision air/fuel ration meter such as the Split Second ARM1. The air/fuel ratio meter provides the required information needed to properly set the AIC1 fuel program.

Several versions are available that operate with absolute or gauge pressure sensors. Options are also available for low or impedance injectors. Up to four injectors can be controlled.
The calibration of the AIC1 is done through a serial interface, which is active while in operation. The AIC1 is programmed with a Windows 95/98 program called R4 software. The software provides real time display of RPM, manifold pressure, and injector on time and duty cycle in percent. A variety of editing tools ease the task of setting up an initial map and quickly fine tune for optimum performance.

SS-AIC1-A2H

Split Second AIC1-A2H, 2 High Z injectors, high injector impedance, absolute MAP sensor type, A Map Tables Used   $311.00

SS-AIC1-G2H

Split Second AIC1-G2H, 2 high Z injectors, high injector impedance, gauge MAP sensor type, A Map Tables Used    $311.00

SS-AIC1-A1L

Split Second AIC1-A1L, 1 low Z injectors, low injector impedance, absolute MAP sensor type, A Map Tables Used      $311.00

SS-AIC1-G1L

Split Second AIC1-G1L, 1 low Z injectors, low injector impedance, gauge MAP sensor type, A Map Tables Used       $311.00

SS-AIC1-A4H

Split Second AIC1-A4H, 4 high Z injectors, high injector impedance, absolute MAP sensor type, A and B Map Tables Used    $341.00

SS-AIC1-G4H

Split Second AIC1-G4H, 4 high Z injectors, high injector impedance, gauge MAP sensor type, A and B Map Tables used    $341.00

SS-AIC1-A2L

Split Second AIC1-A2L, 2 low Z injectors, low injector impedance, absolute MAP sensor type, A Map Tables Used     $341.00

SS-AIC1-G2L

Split Second AIC1-G2L, 2 low Z injectors, low injector impedance, gauge MAP sensor type, A Map Tables Used     $341.00