Well, I must say first of all, that MAF Calibrator was a B
Anyways, late last night, I installed the Doug Thorley LT Headers. Fantastic product. Everything was very straigh forward. You really don't even need the instructions.
Right after that I went into installing the O2 Sim and MAF Calibrator. It was around 3:45 this morning. I read the instructions and told myself I'd do it in the morning.
I woke up all excited. Got busy on it. Took me 1 hour and 13 minutes the first go around. It was throwing a code. Rough Idle. Died on me twice on the highway! (I was on my way to my job interview, so I guess I rushed the install.)
Anyways, when I got home, I looked over my stuff. Surely enough, I forgot to solder two wires. Did that just now, cranked it up and perfect idle and no CEL!
Now I'm on my way to the exhaust shop to get the y pipe and 50 series done.
Thanks for reading. Video may come soon.
Side Notes: Anyone who has basic electrical knoledge and can soder can do the MAF calibrator no problem. To tell you the truth, this is the first thing I've really sodered. Probably wasn't the best idea, but it worked, so I'm happy.