How-To: A more detailed APEXi-SAFC2 Install then the .org

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How-To: A more detailed APEXi-SAFC2 Install then the .org

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Post by BlackRT? » Tue Feb 13, 2007 9:20 pm

Awesome write up. You covered pretty much everything i had questions about. So its not a good idea to do the blue wire mod them? Would it be okay to use as reference if i dont have a wideband?
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Post by RTizzle » Tue Feb 13, 2007 9:58 pm

Clean you wiring job up Ryan! Some electrical tape goes along way haha.
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Post by Lackof » Tue Feb 13, 2007 10:04 pm

BlackRT? wrote:Awesome write up. You covered pretty much everything i had questions about. So its not a good idea to do the blue wire mod them? Would it be okay to use as reference if i dont have a wideband?
No you do not need to plug the blue wire in at all ... I'm not sure about the reference to a wideband because the safc2 doesn't provide your A/F ratio readings it only allows you to adjust them.
RTizzle wrote:Clean you wiring job up Ryan! Some electrical tape goes along way haha.
Tom out of anyone i would think you should know my wires are not like that. I know these are not the greatest pics, but for what they are worth see if you can even locate the wires :lol:
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Post by RTizzle » Tue Feb 13, 2007 10:39 pm

I know I'm just giving you shit son!
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Post by BlackRT? » Wed Mar 07, 2007 8:54 am

whats the difference between the safc with the dial and the ones with just the buttons.. Just a newer style or something?
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Post by Lackof » Wed Mar 07, 2007 11:31 am

BlackRT? wrote:whats the difference between the safc with the dial and the ones with just the buttons.. Just a newer style or something?
The dial is the newer one .. the one i have shown is the 2nd generation safc. Which is the newest one out as far as i know.

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APEX-I AFCII / APEX-I NEO wireing diffrences!!!!!!!!

Post by shawnturbo » Wed Jun 06, 2007 11:29 pm

DIFFERNCES bettween Apex-i AFCII & the new Apex-i NEO
The wire designation is for the most part the same here are the diffrences on the NEO:
PURPLE wire is NOT for knock sensor that was done away with and is now for V-Tec in, so we dont need it.
BLUE wire is NOT for o2 sensor anymore it is NOT used as it is a airflow sig input 2 for RB26DETT (nissan) motors.
There is a total of 15 wires on the Apex-i NEO a few more than the old AFC2.
The other wires you will NOT need for the Neon are:
BROWN/WHITE -karmen sig.
BLACK/WHITE- karmen sig.
LIGHT GREEN- v-tec vtm
PINK- v-tec out
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The ORANGE wire is for the illumination, you can hook up to a 12v wire that has power only when the lights are on so display dims at night. Its not manditory to hook this one up but may be a good idea to you.
Lastly the RED wire has a new buddy a RED/WHITE wire they both get hooked to IGN. POWER.
The rest will follow the How To in this forum:
GREEN-RPM
GRAY-THROTTLE
BROWN-GROUND remember this wire 1in. closer to PCM than black wire!!
BLACK-GROUND
WHITE-AIRFLOW AND PRESSURE SIGNAL INPUT(MAP)
YELLOW-AIRFLOW AND PRESSURE SIGNAL OUTPUT(MAP)

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Post by Lackof » Thu Jun 07, 2007 6:55 am

^ much appreciate the addon to this.

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