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300zx maf on na ka?

Old 02-16-2010, 07:11 PM
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300zx maf on na ka?

is it worth putting a 300zx maf on a na ka? will u make any power? also will it fit on a injen intake? i e-mailed them but they never got back to me. the car will be a d/d street car.
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Old 02-16-2010, 08:13 PM
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Unless you have an upgraded fuel system with nitrous or forced induction it will do absolutely nothing. Not to mention it will take a good bit of work (afr tuning) to compensate for the larger mafs.
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Old 02-16-2010, 08:45 PM
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stay with stock MAF, your just gonna give yourself a headache. you cant just slap a different MAF on and expect it to work. The ecu needs flashed for that MAF or you need someway to tune like silvia said.
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Old 02-17-2010, 02:52 PM
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stay with stock MAF, your just gonna give yourself a headache. you cant just slap a different MAF on and expect it to work. The ecu needs flashed for that MAF or you need someway to tune like silvia said.
+1, just stick with the stock unless you are ready to have it tuned (and you actually at the tuning shop, because your car won't run without the tune)
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Old 02-17-2010, 06:27 PM
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it will be chipped by PDM. but sounds like nothing to crazy will be gained by it. thanks
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Old 02-17-2010, 10:44 PM
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nope, its a waste of money.
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Old 05-23-2010, 04:31 PM
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well i dont kno abot complete waste if your gettin it chipped i have a z maf on my car with a chipped ecu from efi thats not tuned for the that maf and it works fine..its pretty much plug and play if u can read a wire diagram of your car and you'll have 2 wire's left over which is a extra ground and a shield wire but its up to you though.. it probaly wont benefit u if your running the stock intake mani
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The Z32 maf is put in place to compensate for the large gulps of air that your motor could possibly pull in under boost. In no way will your NA motor utilize a N62 Maf brother. if you want to go bigger just get a N60 from a Maxima
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ight koo thanks for the tip
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Old 08-18-2010, 10:31 PM
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You guys need to study engine load.
A larger diameter MAF reduces load on an engine increasing peak HP and rev range.
Thats why people that boost go larger on a MAF, and thats why people that want additional pep out of there NA engines do it.

Its actually the most effective cheapest way to increase power if tuned properly. However an N62 maf is over kill for NA KA I only tune with N60 MAF's. reason being is that the N62 would need more CFM to cool the hotwire, while the N60 uses less CFM to cool the hotwire with the same diameter. For natural aspiration to get the most effeciency out the the engine and engine management the focus is to finely tune within parameters that match fuel injection to CFM.

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Old 09-06-2010, 11:43 PM
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More proof from an old thread on NICO.
http://forums.********.com/ka24de-wi...k-t454896.html
type in nico club as one word where the Astrix are and it will take you to the link.
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good stuff Big Vin whats new in your world?
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good stuff Big Vin whats new in your world?
Nothing much man. About to get out of the 240sx game and move onto a slightly used G35..LOL Newer technology 2 more cylinders and better efficient HP with no boost needed..LOL
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roger that brother.

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