I have searched for info about these systems on here but the only relevant stuff I could find was from some time ago...
My question is this...with an S8, could I have the ECU directly controlling the pump via PWM? The Coolingmist blurb states:-
I'm sure the S8 can output an easy 10-13A on a spare injector output and can take an input for a float sensor for low water level. The last recommendation I found (albeit a while ago regarding an Aquamist system) said that it would be best to keep the supplied controller and leave the ECU out of the equation. I just feel that it would be a neater, more integrated solution to have the S8 manage the pump directly and giving it sight of low water/meth levels so it could apply measures should the fluid run out.While many aftermarket ECUs have the ability to send a PWM signal ,they do not have the ability to run the 10-13 amps the pump will draw and systems did not have a failsafe input for the ECU
So, do you still recommend using the supplied controller or would you say that control via the S8 is better??