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Aem fic 6

Hey guy, been trying to figure a good base map for my tibby, 2006 V6
What I'm running is turbo full intercooler 6 psi spring with controller, stock fuel pump, New 330 injectors from the 2011 genesis. NGK level 7 spark plugs two stages colder then stock with 30 gap..

You guy wanna maybe let me know what I need to change on those maps any help would be awesome....
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Re: Aem fic 6

How is it wired?

Are you using the onboard AEM MAP sensor? If so why aren't you using MAP for Fuel load input?

Have you read the FIC manual in its entirety?

Also that Injector Response Time seems low. Most people use around 1100.

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I wired it with the narrow band with the 1k resistor.
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I wired it with the narrow band with the 1k resistor.
Do you have, and can you run a wideband O2? I would think that gives you more control of AFR's.

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Re: Aem fic 6

I do have a wideband installed are you supposed to wire it to the aem fic..? instead of the narrow band
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I do have a wideband installed are you supposed to wire it to the aem fic..? instead of the narrow band
What does the manual say? If it states narrowband, fine, if you have a choice I would likely do wideband.

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anyway the install went good, car started right up with fic attached and bypass works ill attach a pic later
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Re: Aem fic 6

I wouldn't run the OEM Narrowband into the FIC. Run the wideband in on the aux in line and calibrate so you can tune off of it. Narrowband sensors are worthless for tuning.
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Re: Aem fic 6

Yes, that's what I did I put the wideband on the aux line used the white wire with 0-5voltz.
1. The narrow bands are installed but they shouldn't get in the way of tuning or would they.? (I can remove)
2. Can you give me any pointers on starting to tune it? All I did so far with the AEM FIC is plugged it in and calibrated my RPM. I still have the stock once in the car but can install the bigger once whenever.
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Re: Aem fic 6

In my experience even having the FIC tapped into the stock O2 sensors can cause issues. Best to just leave them alone.

Did you set up your injector cc's and response time correctly?

Tips would be to focus on tuning the car without boost firstly so you can get all the non boost areas dialed in and not risk blowing your engine!

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Re: Aem fic 6

Yea the injector response time I have not Fixed yet, not sure how to perfectly figure that out yet. 330cc I installed..


The 2 o2 narrowband I removed the resistor today but I kept them tapped in but I can snip the wire if I should kept the opinions open.

So if I keep the boost around 6-10 psi do I need to do the timing map?
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Search online for the injectors to find the response time, it's really NOT something you "guess at" or "perfectly figure out".


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I removed the narrowband completely from the fic
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I ended up mounting the FIC right in the glove box.
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So now that I removed the resistors from my car it barely idles now and dies with the fic or the by-pass what's that all about now?
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Did you perhaps mess up the stock O2 wiring? Did you put a scanner on to view the real time logging of what's going on?

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I feel like an idiot now, I checked over the wires and the right back injector plug wasn't plugged in lol my bad no wonder it ran rough. So now with the bypass in it run rich below 10 afr after 30 seconds or so got to like 12.5-13ish. With the fic plugged not so good but I'm just going to bring it in and get a tuner to do it.
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It runs rich with the bypass plugged in because your running larger injectors and the stock ECU can only trim out so much.

At this point it might be best to take it to shop so you don't grenade your engine. That's not to say they won't but at least you can blame them!

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Do you think I should get me clutch installed before or after the dyno time. Because of the break in period it needs and there is no way for me to drive it without a tune.

I never noticed my stock clutch slips yet, before doing all this.
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How much boost are you shooting for?

How many miles on the current clutch?

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Wanna adjust controller to like 8ish psi On the clutch I believe it would 130k
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I bought the stage 3 single mass kit
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8psi will certainly fry a stock clutch with that many miles on it so your going to have to install the new clutch and break it in. I would you run as low as boost as possible till the new clutch is broken in and try to stay out of boost as much as possible. If you have a 3psi spring that would be good, then swap in stock injectors and a pay good attention to your AFR gauge so you don't run lean.

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