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Old 11-04-2009, 04:40 AM   #21
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Do what the MSP guys do just relocate your MAF after the Bov right before your intake mani and vent it....works fine
Doesn't sound like it would work fine to me. If this was the case and worked well all the speed density people in here (which is pretty much everyone with engine management) would do this. I haven't seen anyone do that before. Ever.
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Doesn't sound like it would work fine to me. If this was the case and worked well all the speed density people in here (which is pretty much everyone with engine management) would do this. I haven't seen anyone do that before. Ever.
I believe he means the wire maf and not the AFM. I"ve seen it done on various cars. If I had a wire maf thats what I would do. There are people that do, been a pic or two of some on this board before.

Now the flapper door afm I"m not to crazy about.
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doesnt adaptronic get rid of the stock flow sensor and replace it with a manifold pressure sensor?

Whats the problem?
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I believe he means the wire maf and not the AFM. I"ve seen it done on various cars. If I had a wire maf thats what I would do. There are people that do, been a pic or two of some on this board before.

Now the flapper door afm I"m not to crazy about.
If he was talking about a blow through maf then sure. I guess I misunderstood him. I thought he was talking about taking the stock afm and try to fit it post-turbo.
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doesnt adaptronic get rid of the stock flow sensor and replace it with a manifold pressure sensor?

Whats the problem?
I'm running speed density with no MAF or AFM or any of that bullshit. Just a good ol GM MAP sensor.

No problems here
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I'm running speed density with no MAF or AFM or any of that bullshit. Just a good ol GM MAP sensor.

No problems here
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MSP uses the same sensor as the 1.8 engine and it works because it reads all the air thats in the engine it could give a sh*t less whats going on before it.

Edit: If someone has tried this please chime and correct me because ive never done it on a miata.
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