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01-03-2007 11:23 AM
Isphius The MAF-t is a piggyback computer, Its just like the famous SAFC-II. Except the maft-pro will allow you to run in speed density mode, Which is awesome for older cars with restrictive MAF housings(like my supras).
12-18-2006 12:33 AM
iso your car is in limp mode.

a maf-t tricks the computer into seeing what it wants to see. a crude way of tuning for bigger injectors back before hptuners was available.
12-16-2006 08:40 PM
jonsstockrocket do you have anything on your car to watch the progressf the engine.
like an hptuner or something. you need that to catch any problems

somebody fill me in w/ what the maft translator does please!
12-16-2006 03:45 PM
Eng Power Loss???

HEy guys i have a big prob...i had the 42.5 inj on my car with the MAFT and i ordred the INTENSE PCM cause my car was running to rich with the one day i started the car and ENG POWER LOSS came up on the drive disp. and the car was running bad and i puch the gas all the way down in neutral and no boost and the car wouldnt go past 4000 rpms...i put the INTENSE PCM in the car and its still doing the same thing...whats wrong guys...i changed the spark plugs and cleaned the exhaust sensor...what the hell is wrong with my car? lol

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