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Old 04-29-2002, 05:38 PM   #1
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Default maf conversion to map

i researched first! i was trying to figure out what it would take to convert my maf to a map based system to avoid the maf sensor problems. i found that i need to replace the ecu and the sensors.

my questions are what sensors do i need to replace, do the ecu's have the same harness or will i have to rewire that as well, and is there anything else that needs to be done to perform this conversion? i read that the sensors will fit on the dohc from a sohc but more information on this would be helpful. also, if i missed any direct links in my research i apologize for the post. i may have access to a 2000 ecu and sensors which is why i want to perform the conversion rather than dish out the cash for a tec-II. if i had the money i would just get the tec-II.
If anyone knows a less failure prone maf sensor than the subaru one, such as the mustang one in another thread, that does not need complete engine reprogramming but would simply wire in, this would be helpful as well.

thanks-noah
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Old 04-29-2002, 06:39 PM   #2
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I will have a cheap Solution soon, I promise
I'm working on a plug n' play solution that would also allow you to run Slightley larger injectors if desired.

As for MAF to map IIRC you need the map and temp sensors and some of the harness would need to be modded.

the GReddy EManage is probabley the cheapest Currentley avalible.
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