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Yes. Buy a new ecu that can read a map sensor along with iat. Then fit them all and get the car mapped. Total cost about 2000€+.

 

 

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2 hours ago, DJSmile33 said:

Does anyone know if it’s possible to bypass the air flow meter on an R33? If so how?

What are you trying to achieve? If you want to test it pull the plug out and see if the car starts and idles better.

If you want to get rid of it the answer is as above.

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You need somthing to report too the ecu on the air intaken.
The ecu needs to be calibrated accordingly to this.
You can interchange the standard afms for some cars with others and there plugs.
Some afms have higher or lower resolution and may change the calibration.

Im using an n64 maf from a pulsar bahahaha.
They are almost identical to standard apart from the sticker and the plug.
Make sure to take the loom plug with enough wires because it needs to be wired in and magneticaly shielded.

To stop fuel cut either fit a device or a resistor of the right kind to stop the ecu seing the voltage needed to trigger a fuel cut. (Dangerous!) I think its around 4.2 v where it triggers on my rb20 been a while since i looked.

Research or wait for more replies before you tinker.

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