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Old 11-09-2011, 08:08 AM   #131
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what are the details on the MAF?

and do you have to tune the maf to work with this swap?

just wondering what it takes to tune it when you have the supercharger "pulling" air through the MAF, unlike a turbo or centrifugal supercharger is a blow through.
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MAF is a stock cobra unit 85mm, but dont quote me on the size its been a quile. Yea the tune takes care of the MAF. A larger MAF has to be used than the stock unit due to the higher airflow. The car started right up after the install without a tune but wasnt running right since the tune on my ECU could not control the dual fuel pump and bigger MAF and injectors. A safe "break in" cobra tune was emailed to the shop and put on the stock ECU so the car could be driven to get tuned. Drove fine even on the highway.
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Old 11-10-2011, 09:31 AM   #133
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MAF is a stock cobra unit 85mm, but dont quote me on the size its been a quile. Yea the tune takes care of the MAF. A larger MAF has to be used than the stock unit due to the higher airflow. The car started right up after the install without a tune but wasnt running right since the tune on my ECU could not control the dual fuel pump and bigger MAF and injectors. A safe "break in" cobra tune was emailed to the shop and put on the stock ECU so the car could be driven to get tuned. Drove fine even on the highway.
good to know! Thanks for the information!

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Old 11-11-2011, 03:12 PM   #134
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you wont do it...........


Ohhhhhhhhhhh. I need some $$$$ lol. We all know how that goes.
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Ohhhhhhhhhhh. I need some $$$$ lol. We all know how that goes.
Don't blow money you don't have man. Almost doubling your horsepower is going to have more cost's then the initial swap.

youll get there. A eaton will be perfect for your automatic too. push it to 450rwhp, and that thing will be running good even with a stock stall.
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