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I'm going to be using your unit in my vvti Sc.so far so good I got the map sensor installed.and a AEM wideband.and the iat sensor installed.I just can't get a straight answer on what is done with the MAF sensor.
I your auto keep the MAF, if you have a manual trans you might be able to remove it from your intake track.

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This an auto?
Yes I'm auto.
My set-up so far is:
Borg Warner 83-75,Ffim w/90mm throttle body,Tial 38mm WG,2 Blitz BOV,Aeromotive FPR,850cc,Twin in tank Walbro fuel pump,AEM standalone,Aem Wideband,HKS Cam Gear,Blitz SBC i-D boost Controller

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Keep your MAF to avoid problems

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Yes I'm auto.
My set-up so far is:
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Keep your MAF to avoid problems
Agreed!
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Is there any discount codes for forums members or anything of that nature?
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Agreed!
Where is the best place to place the MAF?
And could somebody explain to me why I still need it.I figured going standalone would eliminate.Remember guys I'm new to this.

98 VVTi SC300,Wet 100 Shot of NOS,Front LS400 BBK Calipers painted gold,Goodridge stainless steel braided brake lines,Blacken Emblems,Polished Intake,Tanabe Springs,8k Hid's 6k fogs,Tranny cooler w/fan,EXE Konvex Front 19x8.5,Rear 19x9.5.
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you need the MAF so the trans doesnt go into limp mode which means your stuck in 3rd gear and the car wont go past a certain speed and or RPM. The best place to put the MAF is in a straight pipe with very little to no turbulence. just because you have a stand alone doesnt me it takes control of the trans functions. you can make the stand alone control the trans but it will take some serious work. your best bet is to use the stand alone to control the engine and the OEM ecu control the trans.

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you need the MAF so the trans doesnt go into limp mode which means your stuck in 3rd gear and the car wont go past a certain speed and or RPM. The best place to put the MAF is in a straight pipe with very little to no turbulence. just because you have a stand alone doesnt me it takes control of the trans functions. you can make the stand alone control the trans but it will take some serious work. your best bet is to use the stand alone to control the engine and the OEM ecu control the trans.
Spot on again Leonard.

This guy could probably work for us with this knowledge base.
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Thanks for the compliment!

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How come the map sensor is already prewired in and the iat sensor is not?i want to wire in my iat sensor but I want to make sure the instructions that came in the box for the 30-1050 are correct.

98 VVTi SC300,Wet 100 Shot of NOS,Front LS400 BBK Calipers painted gold,Goodridge stainless steel braided brake lines,Blacken Emblems,Polished Intake,Tanabe Springs,8k Hid's 6k fogs,Tranny cooler w/fan,EXE Konvex Front 19x8.5,Rear 19x9.5.
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NA-T-4" intake,Borg Warner 83-75,Stainless steel manifold,Tial 38mm WG,2 Blitz BOV,Aeromotive FPR,850cc,Twin in tank Walbro fuel pump,FFIM,AEM standalone,Aem Wideband,HKS Cam Gear,Blitz SBC i-D boost Controller(Need to Tune)
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How come the map sensor is already prewired in and the iat sensor is not?i want to wire in my iat sensor but I want to make sure the instructions that came in the box for the 30-1050 are correct.
On our newer systems they both are prewired. I can't speak on your older setup.
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Is there any discount codes for forums members or anything of that nature?
I think that makes two of us that are ready to buy. Any chance at a group buy or member discount?

Q: If I'm using my stock auto trans (for now) which option do you suggest? "AEM EMS control over VVT-i"; OR "Stock Computer control over VVT-i"??

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I think that makes two of us that are ready to buy. Any chance at a group buy or member discount?

Q: If I'm using my stock auto trans (for now) which option do you suggest? "AEM EMS control over VVT-i"; OR "Stock Computer control over VVT-i"??

Thank you

When it comes to vvti it depends how much you want to get out of your car and what your tuner is capable of doing. If your tuner is not familiar with tuning vvti i suggest letting the OEM ecu control it. Also keep in mind tuning vvti may bump up dyno time which will raise the cost of your tune. If i were in your shoes find a tuner and talk to him and look at his resume of cars that he has tuned.

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When it comes to vvti it depends how much you want to get out of your car and what your tuner is capable of doing. If your tuner is not familiar with tuning vvti i suggest letting the OEM ecu control it. Also keep in mind tuning vvti may bump up dyno time which will raise the cost of your tune. If i were in your shoes find a tuner and talk to him and look at his resume of cars that he has tuned.
110% spot on again Leonard. Thanks a million!
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