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Old 02-23-2007, 01:48 PM
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Hey guys,

Im new to this site/company. I will probably be ordering A LOT more parts from you guys if I have good experience with your tech support and such. My car is a 87 Toyota Supra MA70 Turbo.

I just ordered a MAFT the other day for my car (from Full Throttle). I hope to have good experiece with the tech support if I come across any questions. I have tuned several cars with SAFC, so I beleive I will do just fine with MAFT. I wanted to get rid of my mass air sensor, and im to the point to where I needed some fuel adjustment. Hopefully I will have faster spool from my turbo since that restrictive maf is out of the way!

I just wanted to introduce myself to you guys, as you will probably be hearing a lot from me in the next couple of months!

Thanks for the good service I have had so far!
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Old 02-23-2007, 03:59 PM
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Welcome aboard! This forums does its best to help.
Any pics of the MKIII?


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welcome to the site... you couldnt have joined at a better time..
we are building a MKIII supra right now as well.. and not sure which way to go... MAFTPRO or translator..

Im running the maftpro in my Buick and love it, but im kinda in the dark about these Supra's
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Old 02-25-2007, 11:54 PM
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I just wired my MAFT up tonight! Im looking forward to start-up sometime this week if I can ever get out of work. - the install went pretty smooth. It was sort of hard to hide all the wires (mine is inside the car.) Im not going to do much adjusting until I get a wideband installed also. I am now in the market for one of those!

here is some pictures...(old picture, but not much has changed on the outside)



the car is about to get repainted. (hopefully in the next month or so) Im going with the mkiv supra color 'baltic blue'.

here are some more progress pictures...

this is when I was installing my FMIC- no front bumper



my old exhaust setup



and when I installed my intercooler



thats all the pics I feel like digging out right now...I might make a thread on my build up progress sometime...
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welcome to the site... you couldnt have joined at a better time..
we are building a MKIII supra right now as well.. and not sure which way to go... MAFTPRO or translator..

Im running the maftpro in my Buick and love it, but im kinda in the dark about these Supra's



Is this a company build or are you building it for an individual?

I WOULD like to see it sometime! If you run into a problem with the supra you are building, give me a shout! I would love to help out on any questions you may have. I have quiet abit of experience with them.
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Old 02-26-2007, 01:17 AM
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I love the Baltic Blue color! Have a friend with a 2nd Gen Eclipse that is thinking about going to that color.

Cool Car!


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MAF Translator Pro - MAP Conversion! With Knock Monitoring!
Motronic Enhanements Custom Chip By Hally!
Corrected: 390 RWHP, 417 RWTQ @ +5200ft :burnout:

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Is this a company build or are you building it for an individual?

I WOULD like to see it sometime! If you run into a problem with the supra you are building, give me a shout! I would love to help out on any questions you may have. I have quiet abit of experience with them.

Just a buddy from the same local race team that lives down the street from me.. he is also a memeber here..
pics of MKII here

http://www.fullthrottletech.com/showthread.php?t=2718
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Just a buddy from the same local race team that lives down the street from me.. he is also a memeber here..
pics of MKII here

http://www.fullthrottletech.com/showthread.php?t=2718


That is a good looking car. Hope everything goes good!
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Ya head is at machine shop dropped fuel tank for the new fuel pump tonight. Looking for a turbo and intercooler and it should be off and running. Still looking at the MAFT works great on the GN but haven't heard much on the supra's yet let me know if there is any problems or progress on the MKIII.
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