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post #1 of (permalink) Old 12-17-2002, 07:23 PM
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ok...how hard is it to swap over from Speed Density EFI to Mass Air...is there alot of BS involved if you use a stock harness or is it better off to get a painless harness?What all is deleted out of the Speed density system anyhow?

EFI still kinda boggles me....help!!
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What do you mean? There are gonna be a lot of changes no matter what, but if you use stock parts I'd expect it to be much easier. You can look at a manual or a factory vehicle to see how it should be - with aftermarket, you're at their mercy for quality, fit, and support (replacement part$...).

Have you searched the archives? There have been several threads on this and the workings of EFI in general.
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Re: Mass Air conversion

As i said in a post a few days ago a friend of mine just swapped a MAF into his mustang. He grabbed the computer, the meter, and the wires that ran all the way back to the computer. I'm researchin doing it also. He said it was pretty easy. I'm assuming the computer has all the same locations for the TPS and ECT and things like that.

BTW are you james? Kevins friend that I met last week at Fridays? If so that guy i was talkin to before we went in was the guy who swapped.
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id be the james that you speak of.....if you find out any more on it...let me know since i have a 351 i want to convert over to MAF
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Check This out James. It will give you full details on what you need to do. This thread will give you a different angle too.

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Re: Mass Air conversion

is there a difference between the 88_96 upper and lower intakes?
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