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 Post subject: 60 mm TB and 60 mm MAF
PostPosted: Thu Dec 18, 2003 4:34 am 
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60 mm TB and 60 mm MAF, what electronic mods to make for tune it ?

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OK, sorry for my bad english, will try to explain it more better.

I have in my hands throttle body from SR20DE 60 mm and Ford MAF unit 60mm. I am going to install it on 1,3 GTi engine. Is it possible to run it on stock Ecu or i need some chip or any other way for better fuel setting? Or what to do to make it work correct?

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you can run it on stock Ecu, but a chip will be even better, it'll give you more power and help out a lot with those mods. After putting them on you'll more than likely will need to re-adjust your idle.

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Ok, if chip, which one to get??? Fuel is not problem, we have here 99+ . And what about ignition timing?

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Lander wrote:
Ok, if chip, which one to get??? Fuel is not problem, we have here 99+ . And what about ignition timing?

Philip

any chip will do, Tom's chip ( if you can get it) will probably be the best bang for your buck, but teamswift webstore's chips are very good too.

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And is somehwer possible to gat the data from that chip? Here in Czech republic is company called Bit power, they will look on that data, modify them for my engine and than install new chip with them to my ECU.

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with a 60mm MAF, you will need to alter voltage output with the help of a piggback computer or else your engine will not even run at idle or below 3000 rpm

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Jardamuth wrote:
with a 60mm MAF, you will need to alter voltage output with the help of a piggback computer or else your engine will not even run at idle or below 3000 rpm


So you think that bored stock AFM from 45mm to 49 mm will be better with 60mm TB?

Is possible to download somewhere maps from aftermark chips?

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 Post subject: 60afm
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I run a 60mm tb and a 49mm afm(maf), however also an apexi safc. I'm interested to see what results you get with your 60mm maf as I have been thinking of going down that path, but need someone over in the states/canada etc to get me one as they are like hens teeth over here :(


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I don'T think a 60mm MAF will do any good.

Beside I have a 60mm ford MAF already packed for someone that backed out of the deal. it's your for $50 + shipping.

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I run a 60mm Tb and the 60mm MAF. Voltage is stock. My brother is a machinest and did work on the inside of the maf. It takes a long time to do......2.5 days of tunning to get it working properly. I'll see if my bro can get me some pics. My car is stored in Sudbury and I just moved to Ottawa otherwise I would do it myself.
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Jake wrote:
I run a 60mm Tb and the 60mm MAF. Voltage is stock. My brother is a machinest and did work on the inside of the maf. It takes a long time to do......2.5 days of tunning to get it working properly. I'll see if my bro can get me some pics. My car is stored in Sudbury and I just moved to Ottawa otherwise I would do it myself.
Jake


Please, get info from your brother.

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 Post subject: maf 60
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i m very interessed by your maf, how can i made to buy this?
i speack french and you?
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all of us from Qc can speak fench :)


the 60mm MAF will be so big than the air flow will lose a lot of velocity, so mush than it will not go in the stample hole, thats wy we need to tune the stampling hole


I dont remeber from who came these picture.
Perhaps the guy could explain better, but if I remember well, the black part is intend to be cut to improve air flow form stampling hole.


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http://groups.msn.com/holyshift/suzukis ... lbumlist=2

here links


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that's liam/murrs picture gallery, he's done a lot more development since those pictures were taken.
those were posted about a year ago & i know he's come up w/ some tricks to make them work better since then :)
i'm looking for one of those big cores if anyone knows of a wrecker where you can get a good deal on them :)

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if you could share us his work it could be great
I've aldeady dealed a Huge MAF from ford, but its realy huge.
Our maf inlet is a bit smaller than ford outlet

I didn't tryed it since i knew it will not be praticable without heavy mods on it


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 Post subject: huge maf?
PostPosted: Tue Apr 20, 2004 11:56 am 
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I try to limit the size around 56mm, i always use the same style <hitachi> style of MAF housing.

yeah i think some of them "big ford" MAFs may be too big. i just bought a brand new 86mm MAF which is a plastic housing. it came from Ford, for the blown lighten trucks from a few years back. its way huge, but for the 416cu <351w stroker> that its going on is about right

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