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hey guys i have a MAF-T and i want to be able to tune really good with it. ive been thinking about a SAFC2 or maybe a LM-1 . i just want to know what would be best to tune and to make my supra run to perfection. ok thanks

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well i know there differant, the matter at hand now is i have a maft and i want to tune a little better but i only have the cash for one or the other. i can do some fuel tuning with the maft but i want to see A/R ratio number but i know the safc2 does more fuel tunning
 

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PM-Performance said:
Why do you need an SAFC if you have a MAFT?
I thought the MAFT was a tuning device? Or is it really limited?
I would get a wideband first though. Thats my opinion
The maf-t is very primitive for tuning, it is similar to the 1st gen analog s-afc. You turn little knobs (potentiometers) to adjust values.
 

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well you could always get the safc then go to the dyno w/ a wideband and tune. another option would be the innovate lc-1. they are only $199. pick up a used safc on ebay and end up spending what just one item would cost new.
 

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you tune the maft with a voltemeter. you get number from 0 to 5 and that reads out if you are lean or rich. 0v being too lean 5v being too rich. i think im going go with the WB then afc.

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preluder3084 said:
you tune the maft with a voltemeter. you get number from 0 to 5 and that reads out if you are lean or rich. 0v being too lean 5v being too rich. i think im going go with the WB then afc.

tom
thats the Vf voltage, and dont dare tune with that at wot. thats only for idle and cruise.
 
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