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Blow thru Mass air

Im putting a turbo setup on my 92 lx. Its the stock block with a 76mm turbo w/10lb wastegate spring. Im goin to be running 42lb injectors w/255 fuel pump. Just wondering If i need a blow thru mass air and where i can get a good one.
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Im putting a turbo setup on my 92 lx. Its the stock block with a 76mm turbo w/10lb wastegate spring. Im goin to be running 42lb injectors w/255 fuel pump. Just wondering If i need a blow thru mass air and where i can get a good one.
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Well if you maf is between the turbo and intake you NEED a blow thru.. IF its between the air filter and turbo ( air inle) then its Draw thru.

I run a 3inch PMAS pro tube maf calibrated for 42s and blow thru turbo. got it at JDs for like $260 shiped


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Well if you maf is between the turbo and intake you NEED a blow thru.. IF its between the air filter and turbo ( air inle) then its Draw thru.

I run a 3inch PMAS pro tube maf calibrated for 42s and blow thru turbo. got it at JDs for like $260 shiped
About the same here. I run a 3" PMAS pro tube for 60's I got from JD's. Best price I found.
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If i was to buy a PMS programmer wouldnt that take the place of the MAF?
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Doesn't that piggy back the stock ECU? If so then you'd still need a MAF unless those things are Speed Density systems(but being a "programmer" I kinda doubt that).
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Being a '92, your car should be mass air, so you'll still need a MAF with the PMS.

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