Our friends at AEM Electronics have recently tipped us off about their latest product, the Flex Fuel Ethanol Content Sensor Kits. Designed for those enthusiasts running high levels of ethanol (turbo guys, we’re talking to you!) or in certain states where ethanol levels can vary (i.e., California), this kit will help them calibrate their ECUs more effectively and efficiently.
AEM Releases Flex Fuel Ethanol Content Sensor Kits
Sensors can ensure optimum engine calibration for a performance vehicle’s fuel ethanol content
April 15th, 2015, Hawthorne, CA – AEM has released two Fuel Ethanol Content (Flex Fuel) Sensor Kits, one with 3/8″ barbed adapter fittings and one with -6AN to 3/8″ adapter fittings (PN 30-2200 barbed fittings, PN 30-2201 -6AN fittings).
AEM’s Flex Fuel Ethanol Content Sensor Kits measure a vehicle’s fuel ethanol content percentage and fuel temperature, which allows users with programmable engine management systems (capable of tuning for flex fuel) the ability to optimize an engine’s tuning calibration for fuel ethanol content. While many gas stations label flex fuel as E85 (85% Ethanol and 15% Gasoline), actual ethanol content can be much different. Using AEM’s Flex Fuel Ethanol Content Sensor delivers the ability to determine the amount of fuel blend being used at any given time.
This sensor is ideal for use with AEM’s Infinity standalone programmable ECU and Series 2 EMS on flex-fuel equipped vehicles, or it can be connected to a dash display or data logger.
- Measures a vehicle’s fuel ethanol content percentage and fuel temperature
- Perfectly compatible with AEM’s Infinity standalone programmable ECU and Series 2 EMS
- Allows users with programmable engine management systems the ability to optimize an engine’s tuning calibration for fuel ethanol content
Rick Seitz is the owner and founder of GMEFI Magazine, and has a true love and passion for all vehicles. When he isn’t tuning, testing, or competing with the brand’s current crop of project vehicles, he’s busy tinkering and planning the next modifications for his own cars.