Hi guys, new to the forum but been following for a while. Long story short, i have a T5 1.9 that was fitted with a 1.9 AXB engine that died due to tadem pump seal failure (not down to me), so i have swapped to an ASZ engine. Swapped over the ancillaries, new turbo and other parts, but didnt change the injectors, so is running a standard pd 105 map but with pd 130 injectors. Now, under hard to medium acceleration it rolls coal like mad (not a bad thing, apart from the fuel consumption) would this be down to the pd 130 injectors running 30% more juice or the usual MAF Failure. I have a set of pd 104 injectors to go in if needed, just dont want to change them if i dont need to. Ideas? I can plug into live data if needed, just thought i would ask first, in case it was a know issue.