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nt maft? #323146
February 02, 2010 11:43 pm UTC
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Has anyone succesfully ran this?

I haven't found anything searching. But I have heard of people running the gm maf.

Wondering if there was a difference between the stock maf and the maft.

thanks Jay.


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Re: nt maft? [Re: Jay McClelland] #323152
February 03, 2010 12:42 am UTC
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Originally Posted by Jay McClelland

Wondering if there was a difference between the stock maf and the maft.


The stock MAF is stock and the MAF-T is the translator used when you want to run a GM MAF.


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Re: nt maft? [Re: Tim Grechin] #323154
February 03, 2010 01:08 am UTC
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Sorry, to clarify I was looking to see what the difference is between running a gm maf vs. the stock maf.

Or if anyone has tried it and seen a noticeable difference with the gm maf.

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Re: nt maft? [Re: Jay McClelland] #323156
February 03, 2010 01:37 am UTC
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No-Lift-To-Shift.... Stock. :)
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Wouldn't work without some re-wiring, and even with that, what's the point?

Turbo mas has two extra pinouts. 8 turbo vs 6 n/a
1G TURBO MAF

1 - Idle position switch
2 - Air flow sensor (signal)
3 - MPI control relay
4 - 5V power supply
5 - None
6 - Ground
7 - Barometric pressure sensor
8 - Intake air temperature

1G N/T MAF

1 - Air flow sensor (signal)
2 - MPI control relay
3 5V power supply
4 - Ground
5 Barometric pressure
6 - Intake air temperature

What are you trying to do Jay?


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Re: nt maft? [Re: Ryan Laliberte] #323159
February 03, 2010 01:57 am UTC
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Seeing about running a gm maf on the nt I got. Not expect huge difference. Figured it wouldn't hurt fuel mileage.

Is the nt maf and turbo maf the same clip (just minus the other 2 pins)

I dont remember what my nt clip looked like and dont have the new car home yet.


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Re: nt maft? [Re: Jay McClelland] #323163
February 03, 2010 02:28 am UTC
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No-Lift-To-Shift.... Stock. :)
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Physically it will bolt up, but I don't think the MAF-T will do it's job correctly with the lack of the idle position switch.


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Re: nt maft? [Re: Ryan Laliberte] #323164
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well, one way to find out lol =]


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Re: nt maft? [Re: Jay McClelland] #324821
February 22, 2010 08:26 pm UTC
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I recall swaping plugs on my ESI conversion, so no I think N/T MAF is different than Turbo MAF AFAIK, and will not bolt up to the steel housing as mentioned. You will need the plug for the GM MAS aswell, it will give you better options on air filter location and type, and a better intake sound, gains will be minimal I'd think,.


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Re: nt maft? [Re: Ryan Laliberte] #324826
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You could figure it out with an ECU pin-out plus this (from the MAF-T install guide):

Wires to MAF sensor:
Pink - +12 volts
Yellow - MAF frequency signal
Black – ground (0 volts)

Wires to Vehicle:
Pink - +12
Green – Translator frequency signal
Black – Ground (0 volts)
Brown – ATS (Air temperature signal, fixed at 80 degrees)
Gray – BARO (Barometric pressure signal, fixed at 3.9 volts)
White – RPM signal, connected to CAS sensor.


Originally Posted by Ryan Laliberte
Physically it will bolt up, but I don't think the MAF-T will do it's job correctly with the lack of the idle position switch.


That wire doesn't seem to be used with the MAF-T..

Last edited by Rob Strelecki; February 22, 2010 08:44 pm UTC.

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