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Venom 400 Performance Control Module Sink your Ford's fangs into some colossal torque and horsepower gains with the Venom 400 Performance Control Module. With the Venom 400 Performance Control Module in place, expect spot-on throttle response and wicked gains of up 25% in horsepower. This venomous module also features an on/off switch to return your ride to factory settings-great for saving gas and passing smog checks. Install the Venom 400 Performance Control Module and experience what it's like to ride the snake.

Features:

  • Custom programmed for your specific year, make and model Ford vehicle
  • Expect a horsepower boost of up to 25%, increased torque and quicker throttle response
  • Maintains stock settings during idle and normal city driving
  • Constantly monitors your engine's sensors
  • Optional in-dash LED illuminates when the Venom 400 is engaged
  • Features an on/off switch for conserving fuel or passing smog checks
  • Interfaces with other performance modules
  • Backed by a 1-year warranty
Notes:
  • The 25% horsepower increase provided by the Venom 400 Performance Control Module may result in a fuel economy reduction of 1-3 mpg.
Features
  • The Venom 400 Performance Control Module is custom-programmed to interface with your specific year, make and model vehicle
  • Infects your engine with a big horsepower boost, increased torque and reduced delays caused by sudden acceleration
  • During idle and normal city driving, the Venom 400 maintains stock settings that save fuel
  • The Venom 400 constantly monitors signals from your engine's sensors and springs into action at pre-determined levels
  • Re-maps your air/fuel ratio curve, sending potent power settings to your ECU for exceptional bite in mid-range driving (between 1,000 and 5,000 rpm on the power band)
  • Employs an optional in-dash red LED that illuminates when the Venom 400 is engaged
  • The Venom 400 PCM features a convenient on/off switch for conserving fuel or passing difficult smog checks
  • Undetectable to emissions tests when switched off
  • Installation takes half an hour with simple hand tools—just mount the Venom 400 in place and hook-up the 4 electrical connectors
  • Interfaces with other performance modules that add top-end power to your vehicle
  • Designed to work directly with your ECU, the Venom 400 won't trigger your check engine light or other internal diagnostics
  • Besides the module, the Venom 400 comes with all necessary hardware, installation instructions, a wiring diagram and Venom decals
  • Your Venom 400 Performance Control Module is backed by a 1-year warranty
  • Not legal for sale or use on pollution-controlled vehicles in the state of California
Description Sneak some extra bite into your engine in the form of boosted pulling torque and horsepower and reduced delay during sudden acceleration. The Venom 400 Performance Control Module helps your engine break loose with precise programming that monitors signals from your engine and reacts by sending the right punchy fuel map to your ECU for pure power at the pedal.

Working like a charm on manual or automatic vehicles, the Venom Performance Module lays low in idle or normal city driving. When you punch it, the Venom 400 snaps into action for striking power in the mid-range band. And, the Venom 400 has the added feature of a convenient on/off switch that instantly returns stock settings—ideal for saving gas or passing a smog check.

Installation is a simple half-hour job using hand tools. Just mount the Venom 400 in place, connect the 4 electrical wires and you’re ready to rock. Best yet, your Venom 400 Performance Control Module carries a 1-year warranty.
Notes
  • The big power increase provided by the Venom 400 Performance Control Module may result in a fuel economy reduction of 1-3 mpg.
  • Flex Fuel Vehicles: fueling with E85 is not recommended in conjunction with your Venom unit. Burning E85 reduces efficiency and power compared to using gas, which nullifies the effect of Venom's programming.

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Notes
  • The VENOM 400 requires no modifications to existing engine components and can be completely disabled at the flip of a switch, restoring performance back to original equiment specifications.
The Venom KIt includes all the necessary parts to perform a
professional Installation of the Venom 400 Performance Control
Module. Check the contents of the kit prior to beginning installation.
If any part of the kit Is missing contact the place of purchase
for replacement. The Venom KIt should Include:
. The Venom 400 Control Module
. Installation manual
. WIring harness . Connector splices
. Python Stickers
. Product and warranty registration card . WIre ties
. Adhesive mount bases for wiring harness
. Bulb mounting bezel
. 3 Amp fuse

. Installation Requirements
Although the Installation of the Venom requires no technical
knowledge you should be familiar with how to use basic hand
tools. Attaching the connectors requires the use of a pair of pliers
to squeeze the connectors Into place. If you choose to
mount the LED bulb Into the dash or console a drill and drill bit wiII be required.

Posted on Jul 09, 2010

  • TDISLine
    TDISLine Jul 09, 2010


    . Precautions

    Observeth e following precautions while installing the Venom:

    . Never install the Venom or work under the hood of a vehicle

    with the key on or engine running.

    . Some engine parts become extremely hot. Use caution when

    working under the hood.

    . Once the Venom Is installed never turn the Venom switch on

    or off while the engine is running. Turn the engine off when activating

    or deactivating the Venom. Failure to do so can damage

    the vehicles or Venom electronic components.

    . Read over the entire instruction manual prior to starting the

    installation. Familiarize yourself with the procedure. Installation

    Is very easy if the procedures are followed.

    . Installation Steps

    Installing the Venom Kit Is comprised of the following steps:

    . Locating the module.

    . Performing the appropriate electrical connections.

    . Securing the harness. . Installing the LED bulb. . Testing the Venom

    . Locating The Module

    The Venom Control Module should be located under the hood.

    The Venom Module is water resistant. However It should not be

    located where It may be subjected to direct water spray such as

    near the front of the engine compartment where water may be

    present during a rainy condition. Choose a location on the Inside

    of one of the fenders or against the fire wall. Clean the

    area with alcohol prior to applying the modules double sided

    tape to the panel.

    TECH TIP/

    The LED cable harness will have to be routed into the passenger COfTf)8rlment.

    Teke the time to lay out your installatbn prior to nXJunting the Venom. Think of how

    the harness will be routed end where the COn1IX>fJenatrse kJcated that need to be

    connected. Once all the connectkJns are m8d8 you shoukt mount the Venom and

    secure the harness. You shouki conskJer the length of the LED harness to ensure

    you can reech your desllnatkJn point.

    The Following are nQt suitable locations for the Venom Module:

    . On the inside of the hood. . On the engine or radiator. ' . Near the exhaust manifolds or pipes.

    . Near the radiator over flow bottle. . Near the washer fluid reservoir.

    . Near the battery. . Near rotating engine parts.

    . Near the steering column or linkages.

    Avoid routing the Venom's harness near the following components.

    Electrical noise from these items could Interfere with the

    operation of the Venom Control Module.

    . Ignition coil(s), distributor or spark plug wires.

    . Alternator or moving engine parts.


  • TDISLine
    TDISLine Jul 09, 2010


    . Installing the Electrical C'onnections

    Installation of the Venom's harness usually requires four connections

    to the vehicles electrical system, they are:

    . Power (+V).

    . Ground.

    . Throttle Position Sensor (TPS) signal wire.

    . Manifold Absolute Pressure Sensor (MAP) signal wire OR the

    Mass Air Flow Sensor (MAF) signal wire.

    Power and ground connections are covered in this section. The

    sensor connections are covered in the "Sensor Connections" on

    the inside back page.

    . Connecting power to the Venom's RED wire.

    The Venom's red wire should be connected directly to the vehicles

    positive battery terminal. The end of the Red wire has an

    eyelet that will connect directly to the vehicles Positive battery

    terminal lug. The Venom draws approximately 10 mlill-amps at

    all times. This is about as much as the clock in the vehicle. If

    you drive your vehicle at least once a month the Venom will not

    draw the battery below starting capability. If you store your vehicle

    for extended lengths of time you may wish to install a switch

    in line with the Venom's red wire prior to the fuse connection.

    You may also connect the Venom's Red wire to a switched

    power source from the Ignition switch.

    . Connecting the ground to the Venom's BLACK wire.

    The Venom's Black wire should be connected directly to the vehicles

    negative battery terminal or a chassis ground. The end

    of the Black wire has an eyelet that will connect directly to the

    vehicles negative battery terminal lug.

    7ECH TIPI

    Do not completelyre nX>ve the battery tem1/nals to connect the terminal eyelets.

    RenX>ve only the nut, then slk1e the eyelet over the stud, reInstall and tkJhten the

    nut. RenX>vlng the battery terminal wiN reset the vehk:les computer system. Some

    vehk:/es may exhibit a s/kJht driveabi/ity problem until the computer has relearned

    the vehk:les parameters. If you 00 disconnect the battery you may exhibit this conditbn,

    it shouki not be associated with the operatbn of the Venom.

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    . Securing The Harness

    Use the supplied wire harness ties and adhesive mount bases to

    secure the harness. Ensure that the harness Is not routed to

    closely to any rotating engine parts or parts that get hot enough

    to melt the cable insulation. Also see Locating The Module for

    other precautions.

    TECH TIP!

    Using a split kJOm harness to enckJse the separate power, ground and sensor

    wiras ackis a professKJnal touch. This harness rorn Is available for a nominal expense

    at any kx:al parts store.

    . Installing The LED

    The lED bulb indicates when the Venom is active. The Venom

    module has a disable switch. When switched so the "I" is down

    the Venom is disabled. The vehicle is restored back to Its original

    configuration. When switched so the "0" is down the Venom

    only becomes active when under moderate to heavy acceleration

    and load conditions. During normal to light driving the

    Venom monitors the vehicles sensors and remains inactive until

    it senses the proper time to become active. This maintains original

    fuel economy when the extra po\Ver is not needed.

    You may install the lED Into the dash panel or center console.

    The connector kit Includes an lED Bezel that will hold the lED

    In the hole and the panel. A 1/4" hole will need to be drilled

    into the panel in which the LED will be mounted.

    . Testing The Venom

    To test the Venom press the "0" on the switch located on the

    top of the module. Start the Ignition and drive the vehicle. Under

    heavy acceleration the lED light should come on Indicating

    the Venom is active. You will notice an Increase in performance

    and responsiveness.

    With the switch in the disable position ("I" pressed down) the

    LED light should remain off during all vehicle operating conditions.

    If the Venom does not operate as described recheck all the

    electrical connections.


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