What dimensions do you need? I can measure.Supra Bob said:Wasn't sure whether to put this here or in the 2JZ area...but seeing as this isn;t about the actual Swap of a 2J into a Mk II...I figured here would be better...
Anyway, does anyone know the actual size of the stock Mk IV MAF sensor?
Supra Bob said:If ya wouldn't mind pulling it apart, that would help out greatly. I may have sourced about a 6 or so Mk IV MAF's for the upcoming buy, but before I buy them, I wanna know the exact size.
The actual Measurement I am interested in is the narrowest point of the interior... that more than anything else will determin the airflow...
Those flapper-style AFMs really suck ass. Bimmer guys get significant power upgrades with a switch to a MAF.Supra Bob said:Tho, then again, I am running 2.5" I/C piping... so is a 3x3" MAF really going to do that much for me?
I see. I suspect that the gains to be had from the additional 1/2" may be minimal given that the MkIV uses the MAF we're talking about... and it's enought for 500 rwhp on it...Supra Bob said:LOL.. no Man, I meant a 3" inlet as opposed to a 2.5" inlet on the MAF... I KNOW theres great gains to be had by dumping that crappy ass afm. Why else would the mk III and IV have them instead of the AFM?
I'm seriously considering doing this. what are the details of the group buy again? date of end etc. I may hold off though because I really need to rebuild my 4:30 with a stronger LSD.Supra Bob said:Eric
Umm, I haven't specifically asked about a MAP sensor. I am sure they could make one on request, but as for a specific kit... no, nothing right now.
Really though, this setup is almost as good for a turbo, in so far as the amount of boost most of us will be running anyway. With a set of 295's, I'll have enough fuel to boost 15 PSI and still be able to idle normally.