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Re: MAF conversion -- Thoughts (archive)

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Posted by Alan G. on August 26, 1999 at 12:33:12:

In Reply to: Re: MAF conversion -- Thoughts posted by Steve Montgomery on August 26, 1999 at 10:15:34:

Right now I am running a BAE turbo manifold with a Garrett TO4 Turbo. The manifold was modified to accept a Turbonetics Deltagate wastegate with an adjustable 7-9 lb. spring. An adjustable fuel pressure regulator was also added (but I have no way to know if it is properly adjusted).
The car runs great (only completed installation 200 miles ago)
Other modifications include:
3.73 L/S
Short-shift
Lightened flywheel
//M5 clutch
Tri-Flow exhaust
Suspension, wheels, etc.

Alan G.


: : I am considering a Split Second MAF conversion with the ARC2 Air/Fuel Ratio Calibrator on my 535is Turbo. I would appreciate comments from anyone who has experience with this product or any other like it.

: : Thanks,
: : Alan G.

: Alan, what kind of turbo kit do you have installed on your 535is? Could you highlight what the setup is (what has been done to the stock engine, etc.). Thanks!

: Steve




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