Ahh that makes perfect sense now. :-)
Originally Posted by BlueStreak
Be careful driving your car hard until you are confident it is properly setup and configured. ;-)
Different brands/models of cars have different ways of interpreting speed. I have 4.10 on my car, and specifying the gear size in HP Tuners actually caused the ECM to cut fuel at ~5500 RPM. Then after reviewing a number of different tunes for my model car I realized that regardless of the rear gears, a value of "1" was always entered into the "final gear" section. I set my "final gear" in HP Tuners back to "1" and the fuel cut issue I was experiencing was eliminated.
Tuner in Training
90mm maf transfer for a steeda cai
2005 mustang gt
Im tryin to get one for the Tunable Inductions 95mm intake. but since I only get to play with HPTuners like once a month, mine is still way off. I traded my 85mm ford racing intake.
Originally Posted by Bill@HPTuners
do you by chance have the maf transfer for the airaid 450-172 intake? its like a 100mm maf