1995 e36 328 with eaton m62 = remapping?

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  1. 1995 e36 328 with eaton m62 = remapping? 
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    Hi everyone,

    I have just supercharged my m52 e36 328 with a eaton m62 from a merc 230k.

    The car is all up and running! but wont run properly with the maf connected as the maf dosent like all the air that is being sucked in by the charger! I did try putting the maf in a boost pipe to see if it ran any better and it didnt! so i need the ecu remaping as the maf will nedd rescaling! or a map sensor?

    With the maf un plugged the car runs well and idles well

    Now can the stock ecu be remaped? and things like the injectors and maf adjusted ? as i really need to get it sorted!
     
     

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    hi the MAF can be adjusted and injectors etc.

    is the car running too rich? i have seen turbo applications and people adjusting the MAF because it ran too lean!
     
     

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    with the maf connect it hardly runs as the supercharger is sucking in so much air, the car thinks its underload at the top of the rev range so is dumping loads of fuel in! so i need the maf rescaling, it idles and revs fine with the maf not connected!
     
     

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    Get it on the rollers quick, you will soon find out any issues.
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    It depends on what year and what Ecu you have but some ecus can be mapped yes
     
     

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    i saw the build thread for this on driftworks its f***ing mental done very cheap and quite quick to.

    makes me wanna buy a merc supercharger and start straping it to the 323 lol
     
     

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