So, I tend to dig stupidly deep into things. And I'm bored. Apparently some of the newer vehicles have gotten engine upgrades. Was hoping we could benefit, but unless I can get my hands on wiring schematics, can't verify they will work. This is in relation to Pentastar v6's.
1. Higher output COPs. Was hoping this would be plug and play. But they went to a three pin connector from a two pin. The new pin is a ground, and one of the other pins switched circuit numbers even though it's still labeled as "FUSED ASD RELAY OUTPUT", but that could simply be a vehicle/ECM specific difference. Schematic would verify the difference, and depending on that new specific ground circuit.....might be able to use them simply by using the three pin connector and running the 3rd/new pin to ground, or the specific ground circuit.
2. New "8 hole" fuel injectors. Connector stayed the same, but pins swapped. And like the COPs, the circuit number changed. Labeling changed from "ASD RELAY OUTPUT" to "FUSED ASD RELAY OUTPUT", but harness wire colors stayed the same. I believe with a simple pin swap and tune, these could be used. Would have to verify fuel pressures and pulse widths and see if that changed. Wouldn't benefit very much (best guess 3hp, but likely a slight MPG increase). IF they also released a higher flow version that could be used with an e85 tune, there would be a larger increase of power do to better atomization, which would increase heat absorption properties of running e85.