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Old 08-25-2020, 06:49 PM   #10
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Swapping the MAF straight ahead indeed makes more sense.. then i only would have to make the MAF map once. But i just have the tendency to overcomplicate things. The additional MAP sensor will still come in handy for the AFR table, ignition table and boost control through the MS2. This way, the calculations aren't depending on the volumetric efficiency of the engine and i don't have to guess when the engine is on or off boost based on a load number. (when the turbo swap is finished)

The HFM5 MAF sensor looks nice:
Volvo used the Bosch 0 280 218 108 (HFM5-6.4) with their ~250hp 5 cylinder turbo engines.
[1991 Volvo 240 sedan, daily driver ] [B230F/M47 Stock ]
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