inCODE PLUS is Coming!
We introduced our Infinitybox system over 10 years ago. In those years, we've helped our customers build the cars of their dreams. We've created custom functions for their Infinitybox systems to make their cars do what they want.
We've always had to make these changes for our customers. We email them a custom file and they use our inCODE programmer to load these changes into their system.
We've heard your calls for a tool that you could use yourself. This has been a multi-year project to give our you the flexibility and control to customize your electrical systems your way, on your terms. We've taken the time to get this one right. We wanted to make sure that the system was intuitive, easy to use and had the flexibility you need.
We're excited to announce the introduction of our inCODE PLUS Programming Tool. This will be launched on our website in September. The tool will be backwards compatible with all of our systems going back to the beginning. Watch our website for more details and announcements as we get closer to the launch.
Fill out the form at this link to get on our special mailing list to be first to pick up this great tool when we launch. Please put inCODE PLUS in the message box of the Contact Form.
Good advice about the fittings on the swirl tank. I sent my uninstalled tank to Ron and he sent me a pic showing the fittings damaged. Nice work on your car!Fuel Tank Mod – Internal Pump
See my post #48. My original design used a Fuelab fuel pump made for a carbureted engine. After talking to one of the Fuelab technical guys, I realized it would flow too much fuel and could actually pressurize the swirl tank and therefore provide back pressure to the return line from the pressure regulator and possibly push too much pressure to the injectors. I needed to replace the low pressure pump with a simple lift pump.
I decided to use an in-tank pump (AeroMotive Phantom 200 Stealth) and move the Fuelab high pressure pump off the firewall. After installing the fuel pump, I pressurized the tank to 5 psi with shop air. I noticed all the pump fasteners were leaking as were the sending unit fasteners. I removed and reinstalled all fasteners wet with sealant (Dowsil 730). I did another leak check the following day with no leaks noted. Also cut an access hole in the tunnel for access to the pump and sending unit – sure makes it easier to tighten the fittings and perform leak checks.
Note: If you use the swirl tank that came with the car, take a good look at the -6 AN fittings. Mine were damaged and had to be replaced.
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