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Old 06-27-2016, 11:54 AM   #711
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I think whodwho's set up is usable with the afm.

iirc his off the shelf unit just requires a vacuum line to the engine and uses the temp sensor in the afm meter.

to upgrade and remove the afm. purchase and install a corresponding iat sensor (usually gm) and install and calibrate via megasquirt.

this would be a great first step in learning megasquirt.

he may have you connect your wideband to ms as well to ensure proper fueling.
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Old 06-27-2016, 12:34 PM   #712
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I think whodwho's set up is usable with the afm.

iirc his off the shelf unit just requires a vacuum line to the engine and uses the temp sensor in the afm meter.

to upgrade and remove the afm. purchase and install a corresponding iat sensor (usually gm) and install and calibrate via megasquirt.

this would be a great first step in learning megasquirt.

he may have you connect your wideband to ms as well to ensure proper fueling.
Thanks for the info! Very helpful.
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Old 06-27-2016, 01:06 PM   #713
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Your best bet is to follow what ever keith says. hes done it a lot more then many other on here.
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Wow. I'm amazed the site is back up...

So I'm coming up on a year since I've had my car back up and running and I could not be happier! My car is running fantastic. Not a single hiccup now!

I still plan on building a stroker motor again but I'm going to enjoy what I have for the next year or so with only some small changes to do like a new dash and address an AC leak and get my ABS working again before the year is out.

I recently had OMG Motorworks install a new Magnaflow exhaust system and it sounds incredible. So I now have long tube headers with a high flow cat and exhaust. So sweet!
I also got a new chip from SSSquid Tunes and had Bavarian Restoration rebuild my cluster and my AFM.
Also, put some new tires on. Conti True Contacts. They are super comfy...

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