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Old 05-18-2005, 07:34 PM   #1
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can someone tell me exactly how to take out the maf screen? and how much does a Intesne PCM run?
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Maf screen removal is in Techinfo, Tech-Know-How. Look for the intake mods article.

Intense doesn't sell a PCM for your car.
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I'd leave the screen in. It'* not a restriction for your power level and can just mess up your air flow reading.
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Maf screen removal is in Techinfo, Tech-Know-How. Look for the intake mods article.

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His screenname is '1995SESC495HP'

However, I doubt he is making 500HP. GMTuners does do the hybrid PCM'* though.. 95nasta has one. Just check them out.. he'* a real nice guy.


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I'd leave the screen in. It'* not a restriction for your power level and can just mess up your air flow reading.
Or not. I've had mine out for well over a year now, no problems at all. And, it felt like it gave the car a little "oomph". I know when I put it back in, I could feel the power loss, so I yanked her right back out.

BUT... Some folks have reported problems. So, I guess it varies by car....
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I'd leave the screen in. It'* not a restriction for your power level and can just mess up your air flow reading.
Or not. I've had mine out for well over a year now, no problems at all. And, it felt like it gave the car a little "oomph". I know when I put it back in, I could feel the power loss, so I yanked her right back out.

BUT... Some folks have reported problems. So, I guess it varies by car....
Maybe your MAF sensor needs cleaned ?
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I'd leave the screen in. It'* not a restriction for your power level and can just mess up your air flow reading.
Or not. I've had mine out for well over a year now, no problems at all. And, it felt like it gave the car a little "oomph". I know when I put it back in, I could feel the power loss, so I yanked her right back out.

BUT... Some folks have reported problems. So, I guess it varies by car....
Maybe your MAF sensor needs cleaned ?
I'm betting I need a complete tune-up/engine cleaning. It'* been cold and wet, so I haven't done any spring cleaning yet. But, I'm still getting 20 MPG in rush hour, so I ain't too worried...
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His screenname is '1995SESC495HP'

However, I doubt he is making 500HP. GMTuners does do the hybrid PCM'* though.. 95nasta has one. Just check them out.. he'* a real nice guy.


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I think he'* using his brothers name at the moment. Saw something somewhere....I think he picked up a 95 SSEi...but...ya know..unsure
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His brother has this mystical (bs) SESC making 495 hp (probably at each wheel).

The topic author has a 95 SE Series 2 L36.
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