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None that I am aware of... I can say that the way your powerstroke handles the MAF sensor readings and the way that a turbo gasoline car handle the MAF are completely different. There would be nothing to gain by altering the MAF ( to my knowledge ). With that said, I have actually installed a block off plate on my intake and voided the MAF readings from the PCM all together.
Only reason I did this is because I was getting a code for the MAF reading and didn't feel like properly correcting it; so I deleted it.
Huh??? He asked about MAP, not MAF.
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