1988 speed density to 93 MAF conversion.

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  1. auto5oh

    auto5oh New Member

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    Wondering if anyone has attempted this and had any real problems yet? I got a 93 ECU and a stock mass air meter in the kit from Ford Racing. I have to run all the wires myself cause I'm too cheap to buy the harness, not like it can be made any better than I can make it. I already have the MAC cold air intake, got MAC longtubes, H-pipe and Magnaflow exhaust, MSD 6A and battery relocated to the trunk. There is no pollution control what-so-ever on this car.
     
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    i did the exact same thing you're doing using these instructions:

    www.stangnet.com/tech/maf/massairconversion.html

    and everything is working flawlessly still. i made my own harness, ran the wiring to the eec and pinned them in the connector and spliced in for the VSS and fuel pump monitor.

    it's pretty easy and straight forward. i tackled it in about an hour to an hour and a half.
     
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    +1, the instructions are clear and easy...just take your time when relocating the pins
     
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