Ford Kits

Terminator X and Terminator X Max. Two powertrain management systems from Holley that offer plug and play control for most small block Ford engines including Coyote engines. Why settle for a factory ECU with a cumbersome aftermarket tuning interface when you can get complete control of your engine, self-learning fuel strategies and the proven, race winning technology of Holley EFI!


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Terminator X and X Max Features and Benefits

  • Plug and play Ford V8 engine control, such as the 302w, 351w, 460 Big Block, 4.6L/5.4L Modular, and Coyote.
  • Includes EV1 Injector Harness, for commonly found injectors on most stock ford engines.
  • Foxbody Specific Kits contain an ECU Mounting Bracket - TFI Ignition Adapter - a foxbody specific engine main harness, as well as MAT and CTS sensors. These kits also include application specific installation instructions to help you quickly and accurately convert your 5.0 powered foxbody to Terminator X EFI!
  • Drive-by Wire Throttle Body Control (Terminator X Max Only)
  • Ford 4R70W Transmission Control Harness (Terminator X Max Only)
  • Genuine Bosch LSU 4.9 Wideband Control
  • On-Board Diagnostic LEDS for: ECU Power – Engine Run – Wideband Status – TPS Calibration – Crank Signal – Cam Signal. Allow you to identify any Critical engine issues at a glance
  • Built in 1bar MAP Sensor, vacuum hose adapters included (1/8th – ¼ and 3/16ths) - or for Boosted applications, you can disable the internal MAP sensor, and utilize an external MAP Sensor, the harness comes with the connector terminated, making the installation a snap
  • Plug and play ignition capability with Dual Sync and HyperSpark Distributors, adapter 558-323 required for HyperSpark Distributors.
  • 4 Inputs – 12v, Ground, 5v, and Frequency, for things such as additional pressure sensors, or activation triggers for nitrous activation, or a trans brake (Fuel and Oil Pressure Inputs are pre-terminated)
  • 4 Outputs – Ground, PWM - , for accessories such as; fans, boost control, nitrous control, IAC Kit, and More
  • Boost Control – Boost vs Time, Boost vs Gear, Boost vs RPM, Boost vs Speed, Boost Safeties
  • Nitrous Control – Single Channel of Wet or Dry, Progressive or Non-Progressive, Rich/Lean Safeties, and target Closed Loop AFR
  • Advanced Tables – 4x 1D Tables, 1x 1D per Gear Table, 4x 2D Tables, 1x 2D per Gear Table
  • Integrated Data logging to the 3.5” Handheld SD Card
  • Free EFI Tuning Software for complete control of your Terminator X power plant
     

Diagnostic LED's

  • 8 Built-in multi-color diagnostic LED's allow you to quickly identify a variety of potential system issues, such as a failed TPS Autoset - faulty crank or cam sensors, or potential oxygen sensor issues!
  • 1. ECU Power - Green = ON
  • 2. Engine Running - Green = Running - Yellow = No RPM
  • 3. Wideband Status - Blue = Too Hot, Too Cold, Slow Warmup, or Uncalibrated, Green = OK!, Red = Sensor Failure, Yellow = Sensor Heating, Off = Sensor Disabled.
  • 4. TPS Calibration - Green - Calibrated, Red = Calibration Error, Cyan = DBW Pedal Calibration Error, Purple = DBW TB Calibration Error.
  • 5. Undefined - Future Use!
  • 6. Crank Signal - Green = Tooth Detected, below crank to run RPM (400RPM), Blue = Gap Detected, below crank to run RPM (400RPM), Red = Crank Error Detected, Off - Synced Properly.
  • 7. Cam Signal - Green = Tooth Detected, below crank to run RPM (400RPM), Blue = Gap Detected, below crank to run RPM (400RPM), Red = Cam Error Detected, Off - Synced Properly.
  • 8. Undefined - Future Use!
      

Injector Identification Chart

GM used three different injector connector styles on the LS engines:

  • Left – Bosch (EV1) commonly found on late 80's early 90's Engines
  • Center – USCAR (EV6) and
  • Right – Multec 2, which were used in early LS truck engines.
     

Terminator X ECU Connections

  • J1A - Main Harness Connector - This connector is primarily an “Input” connector. It contains all the sensor inputs and wide band oxygen sensor control.
  • J1B - Main Harness Connector - The second connector is the “J1B” connector (26 pin). This connector is the “output” connector. It has 8 injector outputs and outputs for other devices.
  • MAP Sensor - used on N/A applications, connect directly to left manifold vacuum port on the intake manifold.
  • Main Power - Connects to the Main Power Harness, these two wires MUST be wired directly to the Battery Terminals.
     

Terminator X Max ECU Connections

  • J1A - Main Harness Connector - This connector is primarily an “Input” connector. It contains all the sensor inputs and wide band oxygen sensor control.
  • J1B - Main Harness Connector - The second connector is the “J1B” connector (26 pin). This connector is the “output” connector. It has 8 injector outputs and outputs for other devices.
  • MAP Sensor - used on N/A applications, connect directly to right manifold vacuum port on the intake manifold.
  • Main Power - Connects to the Main Power Harness, these two wires MUST be wired directly to the Battery Terminals.
  • J3 - Connection point for the Drive-By-Wire harness.
  • J4 - Connection point for the Transmission harness.
      

Handheld Boost Control!

  • The Terminator X system integrates boost control functionality into the handheld, allowing you to easily change timing and AFR offset without needing a Laptop!
  • For the advanced user, the Terminator X Software contains a robust boost control system, with Dome Control, Boost By Time/Gear/RPM/Speed, and built in Boost Safeties.
      

Bottle Fed Power Management!

  • If nitrous oxide is your power adder of choice, the Terminator X system put nitrous control in your hands!
  • Through the handheld you have the power to set Min/Max RPM for Nitrous Activation, retard or advance timing, set Target AFR, and even build custom progressive curves for both Nitrous Percentage, and Ignition Timing.

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Artiklar

How To Install A Holley Terminator X EFI System On A Foxbody Mustang - 10/20/2020

In the age of high-top sneakers and room-sized computers, Ford's EEC-IV sequential electronic fuel injection system introduced on the 1986 Mustang was a revelation. It not only set the standard for sophistication but also the incorporation of a mass airflow (MAF) sensor in 1988, made Ford's EEC-IV extremely adaptable to performance modifications. The MAF-based strategy handled most bolt-on parts' added performance with ease. Even mild lumpy camshafts were no problem.

However, when things got serious the EEC-VI needed to be taught new tricks by using a "chip." At the time there were dozens of chip tuners in the marketplace. However, with the advent of OBD-II port tuning, the number of tuners with the equipment (and the experience) to flash a chip has dwindled. These days you have to find an "old guy" to tune these "old cars." - Read More


How To Set Up A Terminator X EFI System To Run Nitrous On A Foxbody Mustang - 03/26/2021

Nitrous is the easiest way to add horsepower, and Holley's Terminator X EFI system makes it even easier. Holley's Terminator X simplifies running nitrous by incorporating features that normally would require add-on devices that increase complexity and cost. The Terminator X software eliminates the need for these by incorporating a TPS switch, RPM window switch, progressive controller, and delay switch into the software. All these features are just a few clicks away with Terminator X. One simple accessory makes it possible: the Holley High Current Nitrous Solenoid Driver (p/n 554-111). Read More


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Terminator X EFI for Ford Part 1: Sensors And Relay Wiring

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Terminator X for Ford Part 2: MSD Pro 600 & Cam Sync on Small Block Ford

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How to Install a Holley Terminator X Max ECU on a Ford Coyote Engine

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