VeilsideTT said:No, the MAF itself is a physical restriction. Running 2 of them allows for more airflow.
MAF's are pretty cheap second-hand. You can find them for $50-100. As for the piping and filter, this can be done a variety of ways. Regardless, the piping and the filter can be done rather cheaply, especially if you can weld. You can do this project quite easily for less than $300, assuming you already have an S-AFC. I was going to try this route, but my project has taken many months (no thanks to a lazy mechanic, but that's another story ) and gave me the chance to finally decide on the AEM.VeilsideTT said:Yeah, thats exactly how it works. If you put them in line with eachother you would obviously still have the same restriction.
That diagram shows why I say you could probably get a VPC for nearly the same price. You would need an extra MAF, extra air filter and custom piping.
Nope. You have to feed both of them seperately into a fuel controller or some electronics to perform an "averaging" function. Acutally a little more complicated than that as the MAF voltage is not completely linear with airflow.redsupra007 said:do you just splice into the existing MAF harness to wire the second MAF.
Pretty surprising without some flow bypassing the MAF as has been done before. A number of folks have seen the MAF voltage maxing out near 540-550 rwhp.Jack B said:A AZ car just did over 640RWHP through a single maf. The maf isnt the restriction. He'll be posting the details himself soon.