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'89 Camry Intake Question

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Old 04-06-2009, 10:49 AM
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I'd like to put a higher flow intake on my '89 camry.. it has to 2VZ-FE, V6..
my question is how do i get around the mass air flow sensor???
 
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Old 04-22-2009, 02:22 PM
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you may have to keep that in there
 
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Old 05-13-2009, 12:40 PM
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You can install some sensor chip.
 
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Old 05-15-2009, 06:04 PM
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how might i do that???? i'd like to put an intercooled turbo on it..
looking for a kit that has the intercooler and a turbo than i'l TIG weld up some intake tubes =)
 
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Yes you most definately need to keep the maf sensor or your car will keep dying. You can go to almost any autostore and buy a maf adapter plate. There afe four pilot marks to drill for the four on the housing and a tube extending to mount a filter on. Make sure u buy the right size, theyre like 12 bucks. And if yout engine has more than 100000 miles dont turbo it untill you rebuild with stronger rods, new forged crank and bearings and if u dont want to rebuild but still want a turbo, dont plan on running more than 6 lbs of boost. So without a rebuild, all show, no go. Big waste
 
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Originally Posted by Notahonda View Post
Yes you most definately need to keep the maf sensor or your car will keep dying. You can go to almost any autostore and buy a maf adapter plate. There afe four pilot marks to drill for the four on the housing and a tube extending to mount a filter on. Make sure u buy the right size, theyre like 12 bucks. And if yout engine has more than 100000 miles dont turbo it untill you rebuild with stronger rods, new forged crank and bearings and if u dont want to rebuild but still want a turbo, dont plan on running more than 6 lbs of boost. So without a rebuild, all show, no go. Big waste

alrighty.. so turbo's outa the question.. the car has 251,000, not sure on the motor.. i bought the car with a seized engine and bought this one from a salvage yard.. whats the best way to sqeeze max power out of these v6's??
 
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Originally Posted by Notahonda View Post
Yes you most definately need to keep the maf sensor or your car will keep dying. You can go to almost any autostore and buy a maf adapter plate. There afe four pilot marks to drill for the four on the housing and a tube extending to mount a filter on. Make sure u buy the right size, theyre like 12 bucks.
any pics of this setup anywhere???
 
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If you have a cell phone i can send you a pic of my setup with the adapter and filter. Text me (360) 747-3359.
 
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Or i could email the pic, whats your email address
 
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you can post the pic here. I think its better that we see it.
 
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