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Unread 09-24-2003   #1 (permalink)
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Default Mass air conversion

I know that the 91 and newer mustangs have Mass air flow sensors. I have an 89, uses speed desity. I want to put mass air in my car. I have seen a lot of threads that dance around the topic, but what EXACTLY do i need to do this?
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i downloaded something about a speed density to maf conversion somewhere,ill look for it later and post it in this thread....it didnt seem too complicated,it sounds like the main harness plugs into the maf ecu and you have to re arrange a few wires and add a couple for the maf...i think.....i need to do this conversion too...
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well,it wasnt what i thought,its for turbo coupe wiring swap into speed density cars......the vam will work perfectly fine n/a,but i havent found maf conversion instructions....
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holy lord,i didnt realize the post date......
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The easiest way to do this is to swap out the ecm and harness from a MAF stang adding everything absent on your speed density car.
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