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Old 05-05-2009, 10:21 AM   #1
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Default What's needed to tune supercharge build on a 2.2L?

so I have a 2000 obs with the 2.2(as do all 2000 obs I suppose) and I was thinking about doing a m62 like skidd or red devil's, and I wasn't planning anything more than like 6psi, just want a little more kick. But I wasn't sure if I had to get some sort of EM for it or what. didn't look like devil did but his is a MAF, and mine's MAP, didn't know if that'd make a difference. I have in my old car an ls6 maf with a MAF-T (http://www.maftpro.com/vstinfo.shtml) on it which is how I tuned it(it's a 3000gt VR-4) and I was wondering if with a different maft box (like this http://www.maftpro.com/tgen2info.shtml )there'd be a way to use that(dunno if because I'm MAP that's not an option). I have readily available to me a tool & die shop with EDM and the works, so making the intake/exhaust adapters etc won't be an issue, the mechanics of it I think I've got. Just not sure about some of the electronic mess for tuning. Also, I was thinking maybe a forester XT TMIC, heard it'd fit pretty well, not sure though. Any advice would be helpful, thx. If I could get away with something mechanical that'd be nice, electronics are expensive..
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nm, got it figured out.
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