Does anybody here have any insight into the architecture of the XIM module? I have XFI 2.0 and just purchased a XIM so I can add ignition control. My engine is a Gen2 426 Hemi. I have an AEM EPM "puck" (Engine Position Module) that does 24 pulses on the crank output and 1 pulse on the cam output in 360 degrees of distributor rotation. I want to run Ford Coyote COP. I purchased FAST 301317 Ignition Controller Kit w/Plug N Play Harness for Ford 5.0L and I have the Coyote coils. Can I pop off the back cover of the XIM and reset the DIP switches for "Ignition Strategy" to 0-0-1-1 (24X) and keep DIPs 5-8 set as 1-1-0-1 (8 Cyl, CAN Enabled, coil per spark)? Is this how the DIP switches would be configured if I purchased XIM for a GM LS application? I know that Fords use a different firing order and cylinder# positions so I'll have to remap that into the 1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2 firing order of the Hemi but once I change the DIP switches, will XIM change choose a firing order? Or since I'm "CAN Enabled", will all that configuration be loaded from the settings in the XFI? My hope is to come up with a configuration that is close so I can eliminate some of the guesswork and bench setup testing.