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I've been digging through trying to find a write up on EVERYTHING that's invovled in deleted the MAF and going to a MAP. I know you can do it with AEM but I'm really looking for the simplest way. Is there a block for the MAP sensor? What electronics do you use? I know the VPC is discontinued now so what else is there? Did I miss a sticky somewhere? This seems like it would be an easy to find topic as I still haven't run into anybody who'd rather have their MAF than a MAP system.
 

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about the simplest way to convert from MAF to MAP is to get a MAP ECU
 

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no not exactly- how does just wiring in a piggyback ECU allow you to have a MAP system? How does it get a reading of manifold pressure without having a MAP sensor actually tapped into the intake manifold?
 

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AWESOME man thanks that's exactly what I'm looking for. Where do you usually run the vacuum from? (stock GTE intake manifold)
 

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Mine it tied into the back of the intake manifold ...I forget what was there but it was removed, maybe EGR related though not sure now.
 

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I used the BOV line to t it in. It´s back at the firewall and worked great for me.
 

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The best thing to do is to use some aluminum or stainless brake line and use as little vacuum line as possible for this line.

Steve
 

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VPC or MAP .... personally i say go with the VPC
 
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