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on3 maf

i didnt buy i maf for my on3 kit. wondering what kind and size do you all recommend. im shooting for the 8-10lbs mark. i had a procharger on the car before this turbo kit and i still used the stock maf. but i also had a canned tune from sniper. and never got it dynoed. so i never knew what my actual hp was. but i was hitting 10 lbs all day long. and wideband was right at 10.9 a/f all the time. so deff. rich. but i didnt care.

so just wondering what the cheapest way is to get the job done. thanks again

also its for a 2004 GT


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i didnt buy i maf for my on3 kit. wondering what kind and size do you all recommend. im shooting for the 8-10lbs mark. i had a procharger on the car before this turbo kit and i still used the stock maf. but i also had a canned tune from sniper. and never got it dynoed. so i never knew what my actual hp was. but i was hitting 10 lbs all day long. and wideband was right at 10.9 a/f all the time. so deff. rich. but i didnt care.

so just wondering what the cheapest way is to get the job done. thanks again

also its for a 2004 GT
cheapest way is to buy the kit on3 offers. plain and simple


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buy a blow thru maf matched for the injector size you plan on running and get the PMAS maf...they are easy to get tuned
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Yea, I purchased the on3 MAF, put it on the dyno, and the voltage was all over the map. Tuner said it was junk. Took it off, and ordered a Pmas MAF....
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Pmas MAF

OK I'LL GET THE Pmas MAF THANKS AGAIN FOR YOUR GUYS HELP. ANY SUGGESTIONS ON THE CHEAPEST PLACE TO GET ONE? THANKS BRETT
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I think all on3 sells is pmas. Thats the only option on their site.
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Yea, I purchased the on3 MAF, put it on the dyno, and the voltage was all over the map. Tuner said it was junk. Took it off, and ordered a Pmas MAF....
You either had a bad MAF or something else was amiss. The MAF from On3 is either an HPX or PMAS meter and they both work extremely well....

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It is a Pro-m....

I am not saying they all are, but this one was new, and junk.....
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what about the lightning maf, with a diablo extender if you need it to keep from pegging. That should be pretty cheap
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