MAF - MP sensor conversion

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Re: MAF - MP sensor conversion

Postby Madseacow » Fri May 14, 2010 5:22 am

yea, it looks like a dead end, which is too bad because it's a nice setup. And I'm not eager to sell it since I paid close to 800 for everything. But I'm ditching the 7m and DSM (thank god, I hate that car more than gun control). So I'm looking at selling it for 350, shipped, if I'm lucky.
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Re: MAF - MP sensor conversion

Postby built2run » Fri May 14, 2010 5:39 am

lol now i just say megasquirt it.... but bang for $ i would say the original mapecu they are like 250 i think
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Re: MAF - MP sensor conversion

Postby Mafix » Fri May 14, 2010 5:41 pm

i've had a vpc. i was not impressed. seemed more of a waste. that's money that can be put to eliminating the ecu altogether, which in the short of things is the problem.
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Re: MAF - MP sensor conversion

Postby Madseacow » Fri May 14, 2010 7:58 pm

I really liked the maft-pro on my 7m, very easy to auto-tune, control boost, and remove the afm... because it has a programmed setting for the 7m. I don't know much about the vpc, but the maft pro converts your system to speed-density using a 3 bar and IAT sensor. Oh well, I've got a profec e01 that I'll use with emanage instead.
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