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Old 04-24-2010, 05:31 PM   #1
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URD MAF claibrator "Canned" settings

Thinking about getting a URD MAF calibrator to take better advantage of my Doug Thorley Long Tubes and was wondering if anyone knew of any "canned" program settings for the MAF calibrator? Not in a hurry, but if I can get anoter 10-15 ponies out of my truck it would be worth it. Thanks in advance for any information!
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Old 04-24-2010, 07:37 PM   #2
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The maf. cal. tunes the incoming air. I dont think it's needed for exhaust?
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Taken from the URD MAF sensor calibrator page:

"The unit for normally aspirated engines can be used for:

Optimizing the fuel mixture for best power on stock or modified engines
Correcting MAF Sensor error caused by aftermarket intake systems
Remapping the fuel curve to compensate for high flow headers, exhaust systems, and cams."

I'm pretty sure G can load it up for you at the point of sale.
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Gadget told me that he really can't do much tuning for headers.(with the maf.cal.)
Because i got my headers after the maf.cal. and it was already tuned for my intake and exhaust.
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Thanks for the input guys. I guess I will just e-mail URD. Thought someone might have had some experience with this.
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