blower with fmu

Discussion in 'Forced Induction & Tuning' started by nesqwick_05, Aug 2, 2007.

  1. 19mustang95

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    too much or too little fuel.
     
  2. nesqwick_05

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    so, looks like im bumping this thread back up. i spoke with some guys and they all said that the stock 19lb injectors will be able to handle the amount of power ill put out with my 6lbs of boost, however, i do blieve i need to replace my maf, i found an 80mm pro m already set for 19lb injectors and im curious if it would just be a plug and play ordeal for my car. i would believe it to be but not 100% and if i remember correctly when the maf is pegged it pulls out a bunch of timing. anyways, do u guys still think the sensor may be the problem? if so should i just buy a new one, or is there a way to clean it? thnx again though fellas.
     
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    Is it still running rough? The Pro-M should be a simple swap, it's for a 96-up right? Yes when the MAF peg's, it does pull timing, but I think the stocker is 80mm anyway?
     
  4. nesqwick_05

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    well i wouldnt say its runnign rough, but 3rd gear pulls just like stock if not worse, and i was thinking that it could just be the maf, because 1st and 2nd are definatly faster. i dont think the maf should be pegged though and i believe the stock maf is a 75mm... :dunno:
     
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    If I had to guess, I would just pass that off as an imperfection of using an FMU vs. dedicated MAF, injectors and tuning for your combo. But if you are getting a good deal on the Pro-M, give it a shot.
     
  6. 19mustang95

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    i believe pro-m MAFs are setup to either turbo, supercharger, or n/a. you might wanna check that out.
     
  7. nesqwick_05

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    its a blower maf...