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Old 04-04-2012, 09:27 AM   #71
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when i install my gt 40 upper and lower and my maf conversion is there any thing i should do away with i believe this has the egr delete? is there a play by play i can follow?
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Old 04-07-2012, 04:14 PM   #73
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when i install my gt 40 upper and lower and my maf conversion is there any thing i should do away with i believe this has the egr delete? is there a play by play i can follow?
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starting my maf conversion this weekend finally have all the parts i need. after the install will i need a tune for my car to run right if so what are some suggestions please?
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whhhhy would you need a tune? am i missing something?
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Svtlx is right.unless you are fully built the computer and sensors should be able to handle your needs.
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Old 04-12-2012, 02:23 PM   #77
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starting my maf conversion this weekend finally have all the parts i need. after the install will i need a tune for my car to run right if so what are some suggestions please?
The only tune you will need is to make sure:
your spark plugs are good and gapped correctly,
wires are in good shape,
rotor and distributor cap are in good shape,
timing is set correctly,
and your fuel pressure is correct.


If all those things are in good order, the ECU will take care of the rest.
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i have brand new msd cap and rotor plus ford racing wires and new plugs. fuel pump i'm not sure how old it is but i have good pressure. i'm excited to start this just nervous ilL mess it up.

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as far as timing what should out be set at
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i have brand new msd cap and rotor plus ford racing wires and new plugs. fuel pump i'm not sure how old it is but i have good pressure. i'm excited to start this just nervous ilL mess it up.

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as far as timing what should out be set at
Being nervous is understandable when tackling a project you know little about, but that's how you learn. Just jump in with both feet and be prepared to do whatever it takes to see it to its conclusion.


I would set the timing at the factory 10 degrees BTDC to start out with, then advance it later when everything is working well.
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http://orlando.craigslist.org/pts/2952916755.html

what is this.what does it do and is it worth looking into?
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87-93 Mustang ADS performance module

what is this.what does it do and is it worth looking into?
Never heard of an ADS Superchip.
I'd leave it where it is.
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Never heard of an ADS Superchip.
I'd leave it where it is.
+1 it supposibly adds lots of hp and mpg lol. stay far away from that!!! major rip off
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me either i didnt no if it was something worth buyin and re selling or not. thanks for the info.
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