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urd maf

Discussion in 'Performance and Tuning' started by flipkid420, Jul 1, 2007.

  1. flipkid420

    flipkid420 [OP] Member

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    has anyone installed or use the urd maf on there trucks and if you did was there a big increase in noticable power
     
  2. Viet2100

    Viet2100 Well-Known Member

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    They are highly recommended if you want the most out of your intake and exhaust.
     
  3. flipkid420

    flipkid420 [OP] Member

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    how does the thing work is it easy to install where does it hook up too I wonder what the dyno whould be on my 2.7 with intake and exhaust looking for a header any suggestions maybe sema
     
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    Viet2100 Well-Known Member

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    I honestly don't know of many for the I4s.
     
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    Aquamist 2D meth/water injection kit, URD Exhaust, DT Long Tube Headers, Hood Struts, and lots of other miscellaneous stuff...
    The URD MAF sensor calibrator basically gives you control over your Air/Fuel Ratio. You can add or remove fuel where needed to get the most power out of your mods. There's 5 wires that splice into the ECU wiring.
     
  6. flipkid420

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    air to fuel ratio where do you get specs on that data and how will I the operator of the urd know what to set them at Iam a novice when it comes to engine and performance enhancements.
     
  7. Spyder327

    Spyder327 Well-Known Member

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    Aquamist 2D meth/water injection kit, URD Exhaust, DT Long Tube Headers, Hood Struts, and lots of other miscellaneous stuff...
    You will either need to get a wideband O2 sensor hooked up or else you can use a dyno to get feedback on what the air/fuel ratio is.

    URD can either send you a map that makes no changes to fuel (leaving it to you to tune it where you want) or they have a map available with their cold air intake system that will help to get a better AFR is your only mod is the intake. Everytime you add a new performance mod, you can go back into the software and retune to make the most power out of it.
     
  8. stokedsurfer

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    check out http://www.lcengineering.com/, and downey off road both are toyota only enthusists and both do lots of research on products for there headers.
     
  9. TexasIslandBoy

    TexasIslandBoy THE RED DRAGON!!

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    do they have a map for exhaust and air intake that can be pre programmed
     
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    Good question. I am wondering the same thing. :notsure:
     
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    Will the splicing mess anything up if u want to turn it back to stock. Is there a way to not have to splice into the ecu? Thanks
     
  12. chris4x4

    chris4x4 With sufficient thrust, pigs fly just fine. Thor

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    They have a "Plug & Play" version that just plugs in. It has wireing harnesses already attached. Also, they do come with a MAP for Intake and exhaust already installed. Its a generic MAP, and, ultimatly, for best performance, a dyno tune is the best.
     
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