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Old 07-30-2005, 05:41 PM   #1
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diablo maf'ia

hey guys just wondering how hard it is to use the diablo mafia, i was going to use a pro-m from mcnews but they said they are sorting out focus maf's right now and its currently unnavailable, so now i need another quick solution, i would like to run DSM 450cc injectors if that matters

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Bump for a good question.
I only have a basic understanding of the Diablo MAFia, that it can make the signal of the Mass Air Flow sensor smaller. The MAF sends out a signal up to 12 volts but the computer only reads signals up to 5 volts. So the MAFia makes the Maf sensor and the computer have a larger range to meter air.

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Well kind of , The MAF works in 12 volts but the ECU only uses from 0.04 of a volt to 4.99 volts to measure incoming air on the out put side

What the MAFia does is change the actual voltage signal to extended voltage limits using multiple settings,

Where you would be hitting 5 volts the MAF.ia. would be at 2.5 volts depending on setting could be as low as 1 volt

I have NEW mass air meters in stock or just the tubes with a Recal for 42 and 50 lb injectors

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