The on-demand progressive controller in AEM's Boost Dependent PN30-3300 Water Injection kit
bases injection flow on manifold pressure using an on-board MAP sensor (up to 35 PSI of boost) to ensure the proper amount of water injection at all points along an engine's power curve.
AEM's engineers spent extensive time developing the controller's flow control strategy for a more linear flow output delivery. This means that the flow delivery better matches an engine's need for water injection, which further optimizes charge air cooling and detonation control.
The new controller design features large, turn-resistant knobs and larger numbering to easily set accurate start and full activation points, with covered status LED and test buttons for added splash resistance. A plug is integrated into the controller housing for mating to the redesigned wiring harness's positive-lock connector. The Boost Dependent controller housing has a molded-in, barbed nipple to accept a boost hose and a wiring legend on the back, integrated fuse and molded mounting tabs.