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Old 01-10-2017, 04:32 PM   #15
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Thanks mate. So getting a bigger MAF tube and recalibrating again is the way to go I guess.

My target is 0,7bar (~10psi) but SD is still not an option.


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The oft 350 or sbd 10psi turbo kits use maf based fueling and a 3 inch maf tube


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Increasing the MAF housing size will slow the air down, keeping the MAF within 5v. You'll need a 3" MAF housing to run more boost. When properly scaled, you can run up to the 450hp range on MAF. You'll need a speed density setup to go beyond that safely.

You should also go ahead and replace your MAP sensor, as the stock MAP is not good for boost. Omni sensors are plug and play once you update your sensor scaling. I run a 4 bar and haven't had any issues with it.
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Increasing the MAF housing size will slow the air down, keeping the MAF within 5v. You'll need a 3" MAF housing to run more boost. When properly scaled, you can run up to the 450hp range on MAF. You'll need a speed density setup to go beyond that safely.

You should also go ahead and replace your MAP sensor, as the stock MAP is not good for boost. Omni sensors are plug and play once you update your sensor scaling. I run a 4 bar and haven't had any issues with it.
Hey, thanks for your help. Increasing MAF housing is the way to go now. I just want to hit 10psi (should be around 300whp) and thats it. Next year Ill go with a forged engine and standalone engine management.

300-350whp should be "easy" with 10psi and 102ROZ fuel.
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Hey, thanks for your help. Increasing MAF housing is the way to go now. I just want to hit 10psi (should be around 300whp) and thats it. Next year Ill go with a forged engine and standalone engine management.

300-350whp should be "easy" with 10psi and 102ROZ fuel.
Standalone is honestly overkill. Ecutek is more than capable up to the 600hp range and higher.

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