Gotcha, just wanted to make sure we were gonna blow an input pin - looks like we are good to Vdd + .03V? Good point on the series (or parallel I suppose). If I'm not getting good resolution with the 3.3k I'll do that.kb1gtt wrote:Correct, wattage is low, that's a large part of how you determine what you are looking for. After that you try to look for as much change in the area you are normally operating at. Keep in mind you can use 2 resistors in series, you don't have to buy it in one resistor.
Yea I'm not too excited about the vane door either. If I can make it work I'll just run with it, I came across a MAF table correction guide the other day that was pretty step-by-step. Otherwise I've got a Ford MAF laying around(and a start on a table for it) - although I'm not sure it will have good resolution now that I think about it. (4.6L MAF on a 2.0L ) Not afraid of a J/Y trip for parts but I'd prefer to run mostly stock sensors.russian wrote:Noone likes vane door and real world reading is often hard to come by, that's how a lot of people choose to use known MAP sensors and speed density algo since the conversion is so easy.theflyingdutchp wrote:Still need to confirm with a real world reading and log the AFM.
EDIT: Parts order placed