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Kampfbereit
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This is new, I purchased a MAF to do the 3S MAF-T mod to my car and came accross this product that will convert ANY car that is running a MAS along with a considerable amount of tuning ability. I think this could also potentially be another option for those that insist on blowing through their air meter.

http://www.maftpro.com/



Introducing an all new product from Full Throttle Speed: the MAF Translator Pro. This is the latest in tuning technology that puts more power and more options in the palm of your hand. Start up maps will available for download here to get you going. Just find your car, check the options and download it into your MAFT Pro. Tuning was never this easy! Have a favorite map? We will give you the option of uploading it to our site so others can try it in their car! (We will not be responsible for maps produced by others, please check them completely before using them!)

MAF TRANSLATOR PRO FEATURES:

Triple Threat Tuning:
Air/Fuel Computer mode: This mode works extremely well for tuning all types of vehicles and is used to modify the airflow signal to tune the vehicle. The airflow sensor signal from the MAF or MAP sensor are tuned via the Translator Pro's sophisticated 3D mapping algorithm allowing full tunability using the front panel keypad or Windows(TM) PC using the provided software. There are 12 rpm points and 3 different load tables, all adjustable in 1/2% increments. This means more precise tuning than competitive products!

MAF Translator Mode: Llets you replace a restrictive or failing MAF system with another style or size of sensor. We have built in calibrations for popular and highly accurate GM MAF sensors up to 85mm that will now work on any car originally equipped with a MAF sensor. Reducing MAF sensor restriction by upgrading the MAF dramatically improves turbo spool time and horsepower and sensor range.

Speed Density Mode: Is the ultimate in bolt-on tuning mods! The Translator Pro performs a true speed density calculation to determine engine airflow, allowing the user to remove the MAF sensor and use a GM 3 or our 5 bar MAP sensor. Allowing tuning by RPM and boost, the Translator Pro is pre-configured with base maps for most popular applications to get the user up and running quickly, just select the base map, injector size, and go!

Basic Adjustment Modes:
Here is a basic overview of some of the things you can do with the Translator Pro. There are many more adjustments and options not listed here yet, watch this site for future updates that will be added soon.

Setup:
Mainscale: adjusts the entire range by the same %
V-Out1 set: Setpoint for V-Out1
V-Out2 set: Setpoint for V-Out2
Afterstart: Enrichment for the first few minutes of engine run time
Lo Load Pt: KPA for the Lo Load User tunes
Mid Load Pt: KPA for the Mid Load User tunes
Hi Load Pt: KPA for the Hi Load User tunes

Boost Control:
TPS Spool - TPS voltage to enable boost system, during Spool solenoid is on 100%
RPM Spool - RPM to enable boost system, during Spool solenoid is on 100%
TPS Start - TPS voltage above which the system controls the boost psi
PSI Start - Boost psi where the system switches from spool (100%) to DC% start
DC% Start - Solenoid DutyCycle that is used once the boost exceeded the Start PSI
PSI Set - Desired boost
PSI Aux - desired boost when the Aux Trigger input is energized
Gain - the speed that the Dutycycle will be adjusted to maintain the desired boost.

WOT AFR Tracking:
Min TPS - TPS above which the AFR tracking is enabled
Min RPM - RPM above which the AFR tracking is enabled
Min MAP - Manifold pressure above which AFR tracking is enabled
Lean Lim% - The maximum % that the system will lean out to maintain the desired A/F
Rich Lim% - The maximum % that the system will richen up to maintain the desired A/F
Gain - The speed that the system will try to maintain the desired A/F ratio
AFR 2000R ... AFR 8000R Desired A/F Ratio at each RPM from 2000 RPM to 8000

Air Temp:
Air temp correction, setting is added to the regular system tune value. Note this adjustment is in addition to the Speed Density algorithm's temperature compensation. Additional adjustment can be required to adjust for atomization characteristics of injectors, or heat-soak conditions.

Aux Triggered:
At each RPM point, the set tune percent is added to the system tune when the Aux Trigger input is energized. The desired AFR tracking value is modified as well so the AFR tracking will change by the Aux Trig setting.

Tuning modes:
RPM Table Choices for Fuel and Spark tuning:
400, 800, 1200, 1600, 2200, 2800, 3400, 4000, 4600, 5200, 5800, 6400, 7000, 7600

Spark timing Low load (idle, cruise)
Spark timing High load (high load, WOT)
Spark timing only available for certain application and additional software may be needed

Fuel Tune Low (idle)
Fuel Tune Mid (cruise)
Fuel Tune High (WOT)
Adjustable + or - 64% in ½% steps according to RPM table in each load point

Boost control with base boost gain TPS threshold and RPM point setting for total boost control in turbo applications. Needs new GM boost solenoid

User tune values, load points are determined in the Setup page. These settings are blended between RPM and load points and added to the System Scale, Air Temp, and Aux Trigger settings.

Tune Response:
TPS1 - Amount of enrichment that occurs on a throttle transition ("tip-in").
TPS2 - Rate that the TPS enrichment is applied and removed.
TPS3 - not used
TPS4 - not used
MAP1 - Amount of enrichment that occurs on a positive MAP sensor change ("tip-in").
MAP2 - Rate that the MAP enrichment is applied and removed

Sensor Monitor & Datalogger:
The Sensor monitor page is used to view various sensor and signal values. Each button toggles one of the 4 viewed valuse through the following list.

RPM - Engine RPM
MP - Manifold presure (KPA)
DC - Density Compensation (Speed Density Airtemp correction factor)
AFL - AirFlow, Speed Density calculated Grams/Sec
AFI - Airflow Input, If a MAF is connected.
VE - Volumetric Efficiency, from the Speed Density algorithm
FI - Frequency input value
FO - Frequency output value
UT - User Tune. Combined System Scale, AF Tune, Airtemp, and Triggered adjustments
TPS - TPS sensor value
BD - Boost Dutycycle
MT - Manifold Temperature
O2 - Voltage reading on O2 sensor input
FE - Flow Error. If a MAF is conected, this is the % dif, MAF and Speed Density
ASC - Afterstart correction
AFR - A/F Ratio, if a wideband is connected.
CF - Wideband tracking Correction Factor
TAF - Target A/F Ratio
 

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Tearstone said:
True, still not as good as an e-manage in regards to not having direct control over the injectors, but it is still another option.
I think that getting a MAF and the regular Translator combo'ed with a Emanage or a different piggyback would provide good results.
 

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Clipse3GT said:
Sigh... its a MAF not a MAS. :uh:
Rulez said:
Are you unaware of the differences between our MAS and a MAF setup?
please inform us of the technical differences and how each respond to boost :bigdance:
I as well as others would to learn from you the great ones! :p
 

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Clipse3GT said:
All of this was discussed about 400 times now, by this point its just waste of time to argue with people about.

I guess we just all need 3 piggybacks and blow thru. :rolleyes:

:lol: i'd rather understand the car and keep it close to stock than to throw money at it jsut to feel better.

actually 400 times isnt true like most of your opinions. there is only 1 MAFT thread.

the real issue here is comparing the Karmen vs Hotwire MAF and for the HP ranges you are trying to achieve. You seem to swear a Karmen shouldnt be boosted yet I can show you readily several kits that are jsut for that, especially for the 3SI dudes.

the MAFT is hotwire right? I know the GM maf is.
 

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TheFranchise said:
:lol: i'd rather understand the car and keep it close to stock than to throw money at it jsut to feel better.

actually 400 times isnt true like most of your opinions. there is only 1 MAFT thread.

the real issue here is comparing the Karmen vs Hotwire MAF and for the HP ranges you are trying to achieve. You seem to swear a Karmen shouldnt be boosted yet I can show you readily several kits that are jsut for that, especially for the 3SI dudes.

the MAFT is hotwire right? I know the GM maf is.
MAFT = MAF Translator

MAF = GM style is one that uses a hotwire design.
 

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TheFranchise said:
damn makes me wonder why i havent bought one yet.... :eek3:
Dosen't it now...

I wonder why all the DSM guys do a MAS to MAF conversion... 1g, 2g, and now even EVO's... yet we are still using a MAS for the 3g community.
 

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acolvard` said:
Sounds like the brat...., but a piggyback for the maf :lmfao:
Not its not a BRAT, its a tuner for the MAF, the BRAT is a code eliminator or whatever the hell they want to call it. So essentially you can use the the MADT instead of a SAFC or a piggyback for light tuning.
 
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