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FAST® Valve Timing Control (VTC) Module For Ford Coyote Engine

FAST Valve Timing Control Module For Ford Coyote Engines

This new Coyote valve timing control module and associated harness provide a plug-and-play interface between the engine, FAST® XFI Sportsman™ and an XIM™ ignition module.

20170410_154225The FAST® Valve Timing Control Module allows the ECU to control the position of Coyote engines’ four phaseable camshafts. The intake and exhaust cam position is separately tunable through C-Com® software with tables for position vs. RPM and load. This provides a simple alternative to having to open up the engine to install mechanical locking devices on all four cams when switching to FAST® aftermarket fuel injection. Since this VTC module is an electronic solution, the cams don’t have to be fixed in a single position. The cams can still be moved to maintain the broad powerband allowed by the phaseable cam system. The VTC Module allows for full, dynamic control of valve overlap, allowing the tuner to get their desired sound at idle, while still maintaining great off-idle torque and drivability. It won the runner-up position in the Best New Performance – Street Product category at the 2016 SEMA Show.

Quick Facts:

Product: FAST® Valve Timing Control Module for Ford Coyote Engines

Part Number: #3013173

Street Price: $672.00

Features & Benefits:

  • Intake & exhaust cam position are separately tunable through C-Com® software
  • Customers no longer need to install mechanical locking devices on all 4 cams when switching to FAST® EFI
  • Plug & play interface between the engine, FAST® XFI Sportsman™ and XIM™

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