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Old 05-30-2005, 22:46   #1 (permalink)
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Where does one obtain MAF transfer functions?

I’m looking into the specifics of getting a tune and I’d like to utilise a MAF for which I have a transfer function. I’ve googled and found little. Even if I’d found some info online, you’re never sure how credible the data is. I'm specifically interested in the 70mm ED XR8 Sprint MAF xfer fn. Is there a repository for such information? Can it be purchased from Ford or other manufacturers?

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Re: Where does one obtain MAF transfer functions?

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I’m looking into the specifics of getting a tune and I’d like to utilise a MAF for which I have a transfer function. I’ve googled and found little. Even if I’d found some info online, you’re never sure how credible the data is. I'm specifically interested in the 70mm ED XR8 Sprint MAF xfer fn. Is there a repository for such information? Can it be purchased from Ford or other manufacturers?

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I have the transfer function for this.
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I have the transfer function for this.
Thanks GT-P... would you be willing to PM it to me?

Also, I'm very interested in knowing what car this MAF is from and more importantly what its transfer function is! Can you assist me? It is possibly American...

The numbers are very similar to the 220kw AU XR8 so maybe a series 1 or something?? The plug is of the “squarish” type. Numbers on the casing are

EABCDF
>PBT-GF30<
F57F-12B579-DA
6L19-2

It's a 70mm housing.
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Re: Where does one obtain MAF transfer functions?

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Thanks GT-P... would you be willing to PM it to me?

Also, I'm very interested in knowing what car this MAF is from and more importantly what its transfer function is! Can you assist me? It is possibly American...

The numbers are very similar to the 220kw AU XR8 so maybe a series 1 or something?? The plug is of the “squarish” type. Numbers on the casing are

EABCDF
>PBT-GF30<
F57F-12B579-DA
6L19-2

It's a 70mm housing.
It is possibly Lightning MAF, we have just purchased a batch of Lightning 90mm MAF's that are the same and I know the 70's have the same plug also.

I will dig the transfers up and send them to you fia email. What is your addy.?
Will have to be by excel speed sheet.

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It is possibly Lightning MAF, we have just purchased a batch of Lightning 90mm MAF's that are the same and I know the 70's have the same plug also.

I will dig the transfers up and send them to you fia email. What is your addy.?
Will have to be by excel speed sheet.

Barry.
Thank you Barry!
I'll PM my email address.

Are the 90mm units as shown here?
http://mustang.c-f-m.com/index.asp?P...rodID=984&HS=1

If so, what are you selling them for and do you provide an adaptation piece or what-not to make them fit our 5L intake system?
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