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Old 04-05-07, 08:30 PM
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rx7 super air flow converter

just got an Apexi super air flow converter installed...dont really know how to use it. The person i bought it from told me it can make my acceleration faster thus helping me on 1/4 miles does anybody know settings that would make my car go faster
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Old 04-05-07, 09:05 PM
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bro settings are different for every car, you can't use the same settings as another fellow rx7 owner because you don't know what mods it has, you have to tune your safc by knowing the mods you have. setting your safc is quite easy if you know what your doing, you just need to add fuel or take where the car needs it. but if you don't know that much of tuning the safc, is better if you find someone who can tune it for you. check the safc section.

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Wow, you really should have figured out what this did before it was installed.
It is a piggyback fuel computer. This means that it can adjust the amount of fuel going into the engine at various engine RPM's. There is not a "setting" that makes the car go faster. You have to get someone that knows what they are doing to tune the fuel curve for max power. The easiest best way to do this is to take it to a dyno to get it tuned.
Now I'm going to assume that you have an NA. If thats the case, you are going to see at most a 15-20 HP gain from doing this. Your car will also get better gas mileage and probably run better, but its not going to make a huge difference in 1/4 mile times.
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start off with year make model. then mods, then we might be able to help you some more. otherwise you might wanna try to search and see what others are doing.
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I have a 1988 rx7 preety much stock except for an AEM intake and its NA
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