|04-01-2005, 10:37 PM||#1|
Join Date: May 2003
Location: Los AngelesVehicle:
2005 WRX Sedan (STX)
Crystal Grey -TeamBrew-
Maf Limitations (Ecutek/StreetTuner)
1. What is the maximum voltage that the 05 WRX MAF will read?
2. With a stock intake and default MAF Calibration, what would that max voltage equate to in terms of "Maximum Sensed Load"
I am asking, because I want to rescale the X axis of the ignition and Fuel Maps, and before I do that I would like to know what the top value on the x axis could possibly be and at the same time being usable.
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|04-02-2005, 08:58 AM||#2|
Join Date: Feb 2003
Location: lincoln, riVehicle:
2003 GGA MBP
12.9 / 105+
in theory, 5vdc. it probably will never hit that though... so 4.99999v
remember that if you're counting on the maf sensor to be ACCURATE at the extreme of it's range, you're asking too much. if you are REALLY pulling that much air, then you ought to rescale the maf sensor PHYSICALLY via a larger than oem maf tube diameter.
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