I am shocked by how small the AEM Infinity is! It is about the same size as the fuel pump box you see in the photo. Planning on using this to its full potential. We won't be using anti lag like I originally wanted to, due to the fact that I do not have the funds to replace an engine before its time.
You see some extra sensor in this photo (fluid pressure, fluid temp, and boost control solonoid) I want to have the AEM do most of the work that was I can just plug in the aim Strada and boom its all there. I'll be using an AEM E85 pump as well in the radium surge tank. My intake pump is a Walbro 255 that I have been using for about two seasons now.
AiM Strada, do I need to say more! Great quality part. The reason I choose this over a racepak is because of its ease to communicate with the Infinity right out the box. I also got a hell of a deal at OG racing as well. This will make monitoring everything on the car a lot easier. When I see a light go off, shut it down!
Even stock power some S2000s run into fuel slosh issues which can (will) cause your engine to go boom. When you get a blurb of unplanned air in your combustion chamber, then things get real. With the turbo going on I felt with the amount of tracking that I'll plan on doing with Sheri, it would be a no brainier to get one. It also came with a full install kit.
You also see a fuel rail that's not needed for my power level, but it cleans up some of the engine bay. The more spills and dirt I can see, the more things I can fix before its too late. Not to mention it looks awesome!
The last thing is the second oil catch can to pair it with my first one. This one will be routed off my PVC (which gets most of the blow by anyway) so this should eliminate my James Bond smoke screen completely!
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