Manufactured by: Bullet Proof Diesel
BULLET PROOF DIESEL FICM POWER SUPPLY
- Features Strong, Durable, Thick Circuit Board
- No Programming Required
- Heat and Vibration Resistance Built-In
- Upgraded Military Spec Circuit Components
- Billet Outer Case - Better Protection, Better Heat Dissipation
- Adjustable Output Voltage: 48, 53, or 58V
This is the Most Popular FICM Power Supply We Sell!
Mitchell1 Manual Installation manual
The BulletProof FICM is an upgraded power supply which is now available in both a 4-phase or 6-phase version. The BulletProof FICM also comes with an all-billet aluminum housing for improved heat dissipation and an updated look.
The 4- and 6-phase versions of the BulletProof FICM power supply feature a much thicker, vibration-resistant printed circuit board, military grade electrical components, a full board heat-sink and strong circuit board construction. While the 4-phase version is a greatly improved upgrade of the 4-phase OEM power supply, the 6-phase version of the BulletProof FICM features two additional circuits that share the work load with the other four. The improved circuitry and upgraded components - combined with additional circuits - means this power supply is worthy of the name Bullet Proof Diesel.
The 6-phase version of the board has user selectable settings to increase the voltage output to either 53 or 58 volts, up from the standard 48 volts.
The BulletProof FICM does NOT need to be programmed because this product is JUST the power supply portion of the FICM, not the entire FICM. The entire FICM consists of two parts: the logic board and the power supply. The logic board seldom fails and it is the part with the programming on board. The power supply half of the FICM fails 9/10 times (according to Ford) and this portion of the FICM does not need to be programmed.
Customers have reported positive side effects when using the BulletProof FICM Power Supply. These benefits include increased fuel economy, faster starting, overall performance increases, better cold driveability and the overcoming of fuel injector stiction.