Anyone want 3.8 L tuneability? Get rid of that MAP
Anyone with a 3.8 L MAP (Mass Air Pressure) controlled engine knows they are at a disadvantage when it comes to tuning since most benefits come from having an MAF (Mass Air Fequency) setup for more precise control. It is especially ideal in power adder applications for ensuring a well tuned engine. It was this same thinking I used when I bought a MAF EEC as well as a 3.8 L tuneup kit I'm now selling. Converting to MAF means you could instantly tune you engine for an additional 10 hp by modifying the signals or just taking the easy route and buying a cheapy kit off ebay to do it.