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  1. Nate@AEM

    AEM CD-5 5" Dash with Carbon Fiber Enclosure Now Available

    Hey everyone, I've been gone a while but thought I'd drop back in and mention that our new CD-5 dash is now available. It's has all the great things that the CD-7 has but in a smaller package and uses a new flow molded carbon fiber enclosure making it strong and lighter. One slight...
  2. Nate@AEM

    AEM Performance Electronics products for your UTV

    Ah, the big question - will it work on something besides a RZR? The very short answer to that question is yes - technically the CD-7 will work on anything with a CAN datastream so long as you know how to decode it. That's what we've done with the RZR CD-7 app - we built a ready to run dash...
  3. Nate@AEM

    AEM Performance Electronics products for your UTV

    Just wanted to put this out there... If you have a XP 900 and happen to be using our Infinity EMS, you can re-route the fuel level signal from the stock dash to the Infinity and then transmit fuel level over the AEMnet CAN bus to display it on the CD-7 dash. We just had a customer do this and...
  4. Nate@AEM

    AEM Performance Electronics products for your UTV

    The CD-7 is just a CAN receive display and logger. It doesn't have any output drivers nor any kind of boost control functionality. There wouldn't be much need for a Tru-Boost EBC if you already have an Infinity on your car. The Tru-Boost is a very basic boost controller but the Infinity has...
  5. Nate@AEM

    AEM Performance Electronics products for your UTV

    And one important thing to point out is that the CD-7 is not limited to only working with other AEMnet CAN devices. The CD-7 has two CAN inputs. We typically reserve the first one for AEMnet but the second one is fully user configurable to receive ANY CAN data stream from ANY other device...
  6. Nate@AEM

    AEM Performance Electronics products for your UTV

    Here's an example that shows the expandability of the CD-7 using AEMnet to communicate with other AEMnet devices which is especially useful if you're running a reflashed OEM ECU or other tuners. As we all know, it's imperative to maintain acceptable air fuel ratios - especially if running...
  7. Nate@AEM

    AEM Performance Electronics products for your UTV

    You can get any AEM Electronics parts from any AEM dealer/distributor. Are you looking to walk into a specific brick and mortar store and pick one up locally? Or purchasing online and having it shipped? If you're doing web shopping, you can get products from places like Summit Racing, Amazon...
  8. Nate@AEM

    AEM Performance Electronics products for your UTV

    Joey, after spending some time looking at the Ride Command dash, I don't really think the CD-7 would easily replace it. They're both 7" displays but the RC dash looks very integrated into the dash cover itself - like the screen is behind the dash cover and the dash houses the whole assembly and...
  9. Nate@AEM

    AEM Performance Electronics products for your UTV

    And speaking of RMR, they're also using the CD-7. Rhys mentions monitoring belt temps. This is something you can do with the Infinity by adding in a temp sensor which then displays over CAN to the CD-7. You can setup warnings and alarms based on any input being received over CAN.
  10. Nate@AEM

    AEM Performance Electronics products for your UTV

    BTW, case in point about the RZR base cal being pretty good right out of the box, Rhys Millen raced in and won the Baja 1000 last year running the Infinity RZR base cal with NO CHANGES.
  11. Nate@AEM

    AEM Performance Electronics products for your UTV

    Since the Infinity app for the RZR is a full plug and play, it comes with a base cal or "tune" that already starts and runs the engine and essentially runs and drives like stock. On the dyno, we always make base cals match stock HP. The Infinity is never "locked" and is always fully open and...
  12. Nate@AEM

    AEM Performance Electronics products for your UTV

    Because the Infinity plug and play does completely replace the stock ECU, any and all OEM limiters and limp modes are eliminated. This is why a lot of off road racers have gone to the Infinity otherwise they're stuck dealing with annoying limp modes that the stock ECU goes into. Now, there are...
  13. Nate@AEM

    AEM Performance Electronics products for your UTV

    Well some bad news on the XP900 front. Turns out that the fuel level sensor is connected directly to the stock dash. On the 1000 and XPT cars, the fuel level sensor is connected to the ECU and fuel level is sent out over CAN to the dash which means it can also be received and displayed by the...
  14. Nate@AEM

    AEM Performance Electronics products for your UTV

    Hey Joey! Glad to be here! I think you're going to love the CD-7. It looks good and is super functional. So much you can do with it. Looking forward to seeing yours all setup and doing its thing!

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