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Thoroughbred Sku #: SWP48VFICM
Manufacturer Sku #: 48VFICM
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Diesel 48v Fuel Injection Control Modules come pre-programmed
with the latest factory Ford programming. These units are
fully tested (on a test bench, actually sending signals to
8 fuel injectors), with a 30 amp load, and are ready to install
& drive away. No reprogramming by Ford is required.PHP
FICM Tuning: All PHP tuning utilizes the latest inductive
heating strategies strategies for improved cold temperature
startups and operation. With 4 power levels to chose from
(Economy, Atlas 40, Atlas 80, and Hercules) our programs compliment
any ECM tuning, whether it is stock or modified.
are the advantages of the 58v vs. the 48v FICM?
99% of 6.0L injector problems are associated with the spool
valve, the higher voltage of the 58v FICM can minimize intermittent
injector firings (misfires), by creating a stronger magnetic
PULL on the spool valve. The 58v FICM also moves the spool
more quickly (mechanically), which slightly advances the
mechanical injection timing...which is beneficial to both
performance and fuel economy.Are
there any reliability issues with the 58v FICM?No,
we have kept extensive records, regarding our FICM warranty
rate...and there is not an appreciable difference in warranty
issues, related to either voltage. Our overall FICM warranty
rates are well under 1% failure. Any FICM we ship will have
a one year warranty, though we fully expect much longer
(than OEM) life expectancy, from either of our FICM models.Do
I need to do anything else if I purchase a 58v FICM?No.
Any fuel injector will operate properly with a 58v FICM.What
are the disadvantages of the 58v vs. 48v FICM?Other
than the slightly higher cost, there are no disadvantages.What
does the PHP hybrid performance FICM tuning do?While
Ford is constantly revising the software to balance (cold)
injector performance with FICM reliability... Swamp's
Diesel has reverse engineered the hardware and circuit board
components on the FICM, which allowed us to find the"weak
spots" in the Ford design. We install 30 individual,
& higher rated circuit board components than even a
"new/reman" Ford FICM, as well as address any
"cold solder" joints which plague the factory
has reverse engineered the "code" within the
FICM, and supply's us with a hybrid flash...which
melds the best attributes of all the various Ford flashes/FICM
calibrations, for the most performance,
and best fuel efficiency possible.I
am running a tuning device...do I need to do anything?No.
Any tuner on the market (SCT, Edge, Bullydog, Banks, etc)
is only reprogramming the ECM, not
the FICM...so you do not need to uninstall nor reinstall,
your "tuning" with either of our FICM models.Ford/my
mechanic has concerns about the FICM...No problem.
Our experience (thousands of FICM units) has shown that
there is no extra "wear" or stress on the electrical
or mechanical components of the fuel injector, the vehicle
charging system nor electrical/wiring system. The signal
duration to the fuel injector remains unchanged, so while
we are, modestly increasing the output voltage, the signal
duration is so brief as to have no affect on any peripheral
put this into perspective...The
"old" 7.3L Power Stroke, operated a very similar
injection system. "Oil fired" injectors...with
signaling sent by an Injector Driver Module (IDM). Since
late 1999, "140v" performance IDM's have
been produced...which is an increase from the factory IDM
output voltage of 110v. We have never seen, nor heard of
a single instance of 140v IDM damaging a
real difference in injector reliability lies in the design
of the valve. The 7.3L "poppet valve" actually
has a tapered seat, so that the valve & seat can wear
into each other for 200k+ miles...and still SEAL properly.
Much like a valve seals/wears in a cylinder head.The
6.0L "spool valve" is more similar to a piston
in a cylinder bore...without piston rings...so when the
spool gets worn (undersized), or its' bore gets worn
oversized...the spool can (& will) get cocked sideways
within its' bore...and will hang and stick...and not
fire consistently. We regularly replace 6.0L fuel injectors
with new (not remans), around 100-135k miles, due to the
spool valve wear causing erratic/inconsistent firing, etc.
80-90% of the FICM's we've sold have been the