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Hondata 4 bar map sensor

Discussion in 'ECU's, Electronics, and Tuning' started by Tein, Apr 10, 2009.

  1. Tein

    Tein So much with a little D

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    I am trying to find out if it is necessary or if I need to purchase a HONDATA 4 BAR MAP SENSOR...
    Could someone tell me if I need this item?
    On my d16y8 I have a Hondata S300, RC 750 injectors, Golden Eagle fuel rail, Aeromotive FPR, ss fuel lines, GT35R82 (Garrett), boost control etc. block and head has being build from ground up and a ZEX 75 shot...
    MSD 6AL, MSD cables and MSD coil...

    With this add on do I need the Bar Map Sensor?


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  2. INJEN78

    INJEN78 HS LEGEND

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    do you plan on boosting nayhing more than your oem map can take?
     
  3. Tein

    Tein So much with a little D

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    I am thinking from 9 to 16 lbs. "how much can the OEM Map Sensor can read?"
     
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    Briansol Admins Admin VIP

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    obd1 oem sensor is a 2 bar. (1 bar is for atmosphere +/-2psi, which leaves you roughly 11 psi to go). if you plan to go over 11psi, you need either a 2.5, 3, or 4 bar. Most people run a 3-bar from GM.
     
  5. Tein

    Tein So much with a little D

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    I purchase a SpeedFactory 4 bar map sensor... Now I am waiting for Hondata to send me the Presocket P28 with boost capabilities and the next stop is the Dyno...
     
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