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    Default Would a 4" LS7 MAF sensor be a good choice for my 24x 411 PCM LT1?

    Hi, I finally got my project running descent with a base tune using the factory LT1 MAF.

    My Set up is as follows:

    Pump gas 383 LT1 with forged 4 bolt bottom end, 12.0-1 compression, LE2 heads with 2.020/1.600 Manley race master valves, BTR springs /TI retainers, Morel hydraulic roller tie bar lifters, ported LT1 intake, XFI 468 cam, 42# ford green tops, Holley 58mm T-body, Hooker super comp LT's to true duals, Torq Head 24X with 411 PCM, HP Tuners W/ AEM wide band, Nitrous Outlet 58mm plate with stand alone fueling. 4L60E, 4000K vigilante, 3:73, 28" Hoosier radial.

    I am currently running the factory LT1 MAF sensor and would like to upgrade to a newer 'card style' sensor and potentially a larger 4" housing. Would this be a good choice, or is there a different/better option I should consider? I feel like the current sensor housing is going to be a restriction when I start using the Nitrous this summer (200 horse jets).

    Don't really want to switch over to Speed Density because I will be putting alot of street miles on it this year and wont always have the laptop with me. I want good driveability and the tune to stay stable.

    I have been searching but cant find much on the topic for an LT1 with updated 24X, Gen 3 controller and HP Tuners. This is a popular upgrade and works very well in the G8 L76/LS3 platform with the E38 Gen 4 controller, which is what I am most familiar with.

    Thanks for any feedback!
    1995 formula a4,100,000mi, 10 bolt 3;73,tci 3000,hooker supercomp Lt's,100,000mi,n/w plate w/150 jets, mt/dr's.,a few more bolt ons. 12.70's/105. 11.60's/118

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