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post #1 of 16 Old 08-22-2005, 07:01 PM Thread Starter
 
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Gen 1 mass air conversion $250

I have a BI0O Computer and mass air wiring harness for a Gen 1 mass air conversion. I got it by accident, Back when i converted my truck i called everybody and there mom looking for one. So now i have an extra. I'll sell the computer, Mass Air wiring, and instructions. Which is everything you need minus some tools from your garage. $250 obo. I don't think you can even get the computer for that price.


I can get pics if you want to buy.

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post #2 of 16 Old 08-22-2005, 07:57 PM
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I'm interested. Can you e-mail some pics?
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The BIO0 is supported by Tweecer, if you would like to tune it.
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I'm interested. Can you e-mail some pics?
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I'll get some pics tonight, But it just looks like a computer and a mass air plug and wires.
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Damn that's cheap.

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Damn that's cheap.
You should get it. I also have the stock mass air if your interested. You would have to buy a different airfilter to make it work.
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tempting. what all have you noticed since you installed this in your truck? didn't you say you tune with a tweecer as well on your truck? I'm tempted and I'm in rockwall so not too far.

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It will run great with no tune. I'm just a little picky and i had the tweecer so i thought i would play with it. The big thing for me was i picked up alot of driveabilty and gasmileage. It pulls harder, personally i think it's the best mod for your money.
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I already have a tweecer on my truck, so it should just swap over. I know alot of guys that say mass air isn't worth it. but seems like it would help. dunno. how much mpg did you pick up? im avg'ing high 12-low 13 right now i think.

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I'm averageing 17 on the highway with the cruise control set. My tweecer reprograms the ecu. I plug it in and modify it the unplug it and and test drive i don't have the R/T version. Also keep in mind thats with a pretty wild custom cam.

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Grrrr, always come across this stuff when I'm broke. If you have it in 2 weeks I'm interested!

BTW this will basically convert a 351W/E4OD truck to MAF, correct? I know I'll need my own airbox to hook it up...
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Grrrr, always come across this stuff when I'm broke. If you have it in 2 weeks I'm interested!

BTW this will basically convert a 351W/E4OD truck to MAF, correct? I know I'll need my own airbox to hook it up...
Yes thats correct, You can use a mustang type mass air and splice it into your air tube. or just buy the air box for the mass air trucks in 95. i have a meter for on of those air boxes.
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FWIW i average 19-20 on the highway and 13-14 around town in my 94 L with speed density. not trying to start anything just thought id share for comparison. you guys should be able to get better mpg then what you are getting

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FWIW i average 19-20 on the highway and 13-14 around town in my 94 L with speed density. not trying to start anything just thought id share for comparison. you guys should be able to get better mpg then what you are getting
My friends L gets 19-20 but he has 3.73 gears.
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SOLD!!!
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