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The AEM Infinity project is still moving forward, but very very very slowly
EngineLab is the company that designed the original system and they then licensed that platform to AEM, if you go to their website https://enginelab.net/faqs/ the software and samples can be downloaded, and if you purchase either one of their ECUs or an AEM Infinity, you can register the product and obtain blank firmware that you can build your own logic system on.

I would strongly suggest nobody spends any money UNLESS they are certain they can devise their own model from a blank base


I'm recording thoughts and progress here FrankenCIS - FrankenCIS Community Forum - FrankenCIS Development

my 928 specific page Project Outline and ToDo - FrankenCIS - FrankenCIS Community

There is a huge amount of work still to do, and no estimated completion date.
In most if not all cases, for the work involved to get the AEM to operate on our engines, it is preferable to simply convert to proper EFI, especially in a dual fuel scenario such as LPG.
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Yes! mechanical/hydraulic constant flow injection can be managed by a modern EMS

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