Questions about switching over to Sequential injection - AEM V1, ID1000's


New Member
Sep 3, 2015
Hey guys, I picked up an 87 turbo about 6 months ago as a new project. I’m getting ready to pull the engine and strip the car down to get it into the body show and get it painted. I have some issues that I want to take care of before I tear it all down so that I know the car runs good as a benchmark when I go to put it all back together.

So here is my question, I have been gathering info from all over the place on swapping the car over to sequential injection and I just want to run this by someone to make sure that my understanding is where it needs to be.

I heard there was a guide somewhere , but for the life of me I can’t find it. SO if this was coved in depth somewhere else, sorry for the duplication.
The car is currently managed by an AEM EMS V1 ( 31-1110 ), with ID1000’s

Injectors 4, 5, 6 - the ground trigger is wired to the to each of extra pins as indicated in the AEM diagram ( 2-10, 2-11, 2-12 for the 31-1110).
As the car is currently using the ID1000’s there is no resistor box and will have no need to use one in sequential either as the ID1000’s are high impedance. The power source remains unchanged.

AEM Settings:
Injector Setup:
Injectors ( 1,2,3,7,8,9,10) – set to active, 02 feedback 1 & Primary
Injectors ( 4,5,6) – nothing selected

Change Injector Phasing to the following:
Injector Phase = 0
Inject Tooth #01 = 19.00
Inject Tooth #02 = 11.00
Inject Tooth #03 = 3.00
Inject Tooth #04 = 0
Inject Tooth #05 = 0
Inject Tooth #06 = 0
Inject Tooth #07 = 15.00
Inject Tooth #08 = 23.00
Inject Tooth #09 = 7.00
Inject Tooth #10 = 0

Change Fuel teeth from 12 to 24
100% increase of entire fuel map
I believe that this should be all that I need to do to flip the car from batch injection to sequential while running into the least amount of issues…lol.

Is there anything that I’m missing or have stated wrong?

Thanks for any help!