so i have been thinking how to trigger the nitrous map and a solenoid (acts as a check valve) with the aem methanol controller in conjunction with the aem ems.
these are my thoughts thus far and i would like others to chime in,
the aem methanol controller comes with a 0-5v output (blue wire), i am thinking to use this wire and input it into the ems as an egt input.
then configure switch 7 to turn on at a certain voltage based on that input (aem states that .328v = 0 psi, 5v = 38psi simply plot this with a scientific calculator and pick a starting put)
after this is setup go into the nitrous maps and configure it to come on with switch 7, then you can use the nitrous map to compensate for fueling and timing
my question is which output (via nos output) is best to use to trigger the solenoid
the main reason i want to use a solenoid is to reduce drip when the system is turned off for a split second (see videos below), i firmly believe alot of people have issues with this as well as siphoning, (i know a check valve helps). If the solenoid fails im sure the aem methanol controller would pick this up and shut the system down http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UQx3pT6TgiM