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Old 04-12-2004, 01:24 PM
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With regard to chips and DSMLink:

If you have a chip or DSMLink which is allowing you to fully compensate for the injector size, let that do it's job. Those systems are set up to work with a stock MAF, so leave the MAFT on all zeros.

Then, do all your tuning in DSMLink, or do injector compensation on the chip and tune with the fuel and timing maps if the can. If not, then you can use the WOT switches on the MAFT.

So with the new 2.0 maft is it even worth getting dsm link?
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Old 07-09-2004, 06:47 AM
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I would like to use a MAFT on my 88 Starion. I have been investigating if this would work for my car and the only odd thing was the rpm wire. Is there a way to hook the 'analog' signal of the starion to the MAFT so I can tune in RPM mode or is it strictly MAF mode for me?

THanks in advance.
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Old 07-09-2004, 10:45 AM
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So with the new 2.0 maft is it even worth getting dsm link?

Yes, DSMLink does something totally different.
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Old 09-27-2004, 06:46 PM
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Default Need clairfication on knob direction

In this Thread (2.0 tuning guide) Kyle writes; turn the base knob clockwise to lean out. THe other knobs lean out when turned counter clockwise.

On page 5 of my 2.01 instructions there is a drawing of a knob (dial) and it says to turn the dial(s) clockwise to make the car run richer.
Does this mean all the dials (knobs) or just the Base knob/dial?

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Old 09-27-2004, 09:03 PM
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The following is a quote from the first post:

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IMPORTANT: Note that the base knob gets leaner as you go clockwise, and the rest of the knobs go richer in a clockwise direction, and leaner in a counterclockwise direction.
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Old 10-03-2004, 10:48 PM
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Hey Kyle. I think I may of found a bug or at least a problem for me. I am running this on my 3/S and was tuning for the High trim like you stated (1g)

So anyways my high trim at the time was low 80% range so of course I needed to lean it. My o2 trim was at 55% +/-5% the aux was 9 and base was F. (which = 640cc injectors you state)

I went onto the next range which is aux = A and base = 0 which is supposed to = 640cc again and all of the sudden my o2 trims are at 150% +/- 5% and my trims are all climbing stating I need to richen it up. Obviously a dramatic problem in between those 2 settings. Any ideas?
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Old 10-04-2004, 01:01 AM
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That is a question you are going to have to ask Bob or Mike. Based on my knowledge (which is based on the product documentation, mainly), I would expect no changes to occur with that setting change.
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I've lost my instructions to my MAFT ver. 2.01.
I dont remember what each dial is for.

Is there one on PDF on this site?
I did a search and couldn't find it.


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Old 01-25-2005, 09:34 PM
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Inside of the MAFT cover.
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I've lost my instructions to my MAFT ver. 2.01.
I dont remember what each dial is for.

Is there one on PDF on this site?
I did a search and couldn't find it.


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There is a whole forum that is called "DOWNLOAD USER MANUALS HERE!" not really sure how you could miss it There is some interesting info on this site now. We have close to 1000 members look around, read and post in some of the other areas it might be fun
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