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Old 08-09-2011, 01:03 PM   #1
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any running a MAFT system as a speed density? I saw some videos of cars running a maft system as a speed density is there an additional attachment for this or is it just for other cars like dsm etc.? either way my kvafm went out and a friend has a used MAFT for sale cheap so im gonna pick it up and go MAFT. i was just wondering how to go about using the MAFT as a speed density.
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Old 08-09-2011, 01:18 PM   #2
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You need MAFT PRO to run in speed density. It is not a function of a regular translator which will only allow the use of a larger GM MAF sensor instead of the KVAFM. It also allows you to run in "blow through" configuration which means you can vent your BOV without stalling.
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alright thats pretty much what i thought but i wasn't sure i dont really need any more info on it i have a buddy selling me a maft system with gm maf all ready to go for 150 a little later on i just thought if i could run a speed density id do it if possible but its just a 7mgte specific maft not a pro
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The original MAF Translator and the MAFT Gen II only support MAF conversions; No S/D or solo MAP setups. That said, there's a lot to be said for the GM MAF... They're still a much preferred meter for upgraded setups. The KVAFM is an EXCELLENT meter but the minute you want something a good deal larger or want to run blow-through, you're screwed (You can run a MAF in a blow-through setup with little difficulty).
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