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Old 10-07-2013, 12:06 PM   #1
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stock maf?

I wss wondering what the stock slot style maf on a 2008 GT is good for power wise? I've got 47# injectors, On3 70 mm turbo and 340 lph fuel pump
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Still need some help guys!
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Old 10-08-2013, 06:46 PM   #3
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the stock maf calculates air flow to voltage from .5 v to 5 volt( if I remember correctly) your maf essentially maxes out then it's output voltage measures 5 volts, if your mass air flow meter is producing 5 volts and you have not reached full rpm then you would have to put a diablosport mafia inline which would recalibrate the output voltage... in a way what used to be 4V would become 3V so as too extend the voltage range of the maf... hope that makes sense to find out how close you are to needing a mafia you are is to plug in your tuner and look at the maf voltage and see what the Max voltage is...
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the stock maf calculates air flow to voltage from .5 v to 5 volt( if I remember correctly) your maf essentially maxes out then it's output voltage measures 5 volts, if your mass air flow meter is producing 5 volts and you have not reached full rpm then you would have to put a diablosport mafia inline which would recalibrate the output voltage... in a way what used to be 4V would become 3V so as too extend the voltage range of the maf... hope that makes sense to find out how close you are to needing a mafia you are is to plug in your tuner and look at the maf voltage and see what the Max voltage is...
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It does! Thanks a lot! Didn't know the sct sf3 has that function!
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should my diablo sport can monitor every sensor (almost)... if you do need to put a mafia in, you will need some adjustments made by your tuner because your maf will be telling your comp there is less air at any voltage then there actually is, bad lean out situation !!
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