MAF question

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  1. superdavestrate

    superdavestrate Member

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    Will a 94/95 MAF be the best to run on my 93 ecu with gt40s,cobra intake,f-303,65mmTB,19lbs injectors,1.6 rollers,t-5,and 4.10 ratio just trying to upgrade thanks
     
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    You'd have to get some tuning done to make the MAF function correctly with yours...I'm pretty sure the maps between them are different. It should probably run, but I think you'll run into some weird issues without correcting the MAF transfer voltages and rates. But, that can all be fixed by a trip to your tuner :D
     
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    f8tlfiveo My wife likes my spool and blow-off valve.

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    They are different.. But pretty close.. It will work but not optimal.
     
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    f8tlfiveo My wife likes my spool and blow-off valve.

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    I am running one on my car right now, and have been for about 2 years. The first year I ran it without a tune, without any issues. The Maf transfers are pretty close between the 55mm and the 70mm.. Just make sure the sensor is clean. I was running a dirty Maf for a while and the tune was all over the place because the Maf wasn't reading correctly. I cleaned the sensor, the car would barely run after that. I had the tune fixed up, now it runs good. So just make sure it is clean.. I used electrical parts cleaner and a q- tip.. Be careful when you do it.
     
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