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When going Speed Density on the Cobb, i know the MAF's are still required for the trans to work properly... My question is this. Are upgraded Maf's needed still?? For the car to shift right at high HP?

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MAFs not needed. I tell the ECM to ignore the MAF readings anyway to avoid overvoltage limps. Locating the temperature sensor (in the 5 wire MAF) to the UICP helps accuracy.
 

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AAM have the maf plates to weld onto your piping. Pretty simple. Then make a small plate to block the old holes
 

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ahh thats good to know thats for the info.. i already tapped that Air Temp Wire for my Air Temp Sensor on my Haltech a long time ago, that i put back so that would be simple enough. But thats perfect... Just trying to finalize whats needed before i get my engine back...

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