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Old 10-14-2003, 03:49 PM   #1
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I just got mine. I haven't put it in yet, but I opened it up and there is some gooey stuff inside that makes the lid difficult to remove at both ends. Is it supposed to be there?

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Hum, that'* interesting, haven't heard of that one. I was planing on getting myself one of those Mini AFC 2.0. Need to get my car Autotap'ed first so I know where to set it.
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mine has no gel or liquid in it at all. i also used my autometer A/F meter and readinjg my plugs to set mine. if you have any promlems setting it , please let me know. ill do what i can to help you set it .
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I've got it and my 72mm TB in. Judging by exhaust smell and looking for smoke during acceleration, 112 is a little lean, and 113 is pretty close, tried 115, and it was far too rich.
Jeff, where do you have your AFC located? I don't want mine to get too hot.
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i have mine mounted to the hard vac lines that go to the trans right at the maf sensor, i zip tied it at each end so its sturdy there.
i have a 70mm TB on mine and usee my A/F meter to set it. right now im using the enchanced mode and have the settings as foollows
1-5......126
6..........127
7..........128
8..........129
9..........131
10........133
11........135
12........136
13........136

my meter works great and when i floor it, i moves just into the green area of the meter, aprox .75-.85 volts [rich]
plugs look great too, not fouling and no detonation either, im using autolite 103 plugs gapped at .052". they are 3 heat ranges cooler than stock. plus i still get 23-24 mpg too
hope this helps you a little
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So yours runs at up to 136%, that seems like it would be quite rich. Are teh 103'* the same as the 5245 you advised me to use a while back?
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they are the same heat range but the 103 has the porcilin closer to the tip which to me seems to disipate heat better. the 136 readings are at WOT. lean is not good. you want to running on the rich side and not the lean side.
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Do you have your MAF screen in or out?
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my screen is out and the TB and the inlet to the SC is ported and polished. airflow means alot. i have a cold air box, a 3" stainless intake tube with a K&N on it, everything is insulated. a hi flow cat and a camaro flowmaster too. power equals the engines ability to pump air, the more air the comes in and goes out, the more power you have.
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Which MAF sensor do you have in, 92 or 94/95? I am using a 94.
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