Good tips, will check over the weekend. Bought some CRC MAF cleaner and tbolt clamps are on the way (73mm-83mm).
Yes, have the Trifecta tune, however if the engine isn't at least to 135' and you punch it, it feels like spark or fuel-cut. That usually sets off the P0556, but the car drives normal once the temps hit 170+. P0556 doesn't bother me much. P1278, now that's pure disappointment especially since the car is a DD.
Checked the wires on the MAF connector, and they were factory; didn't see any obvious stress/modifications to the wire or connector. I usually clear the code, and on the way back home it's poopy again. Happened to start right before swapping suspension so at least that isn't related.
Pressure testing... I used to have a couple PVC couplers and an adjustable pressure set valve in different sizes for the Dodge Stealth RT/TT's or 1G/2G DSM's (have had like 8 of them). I also used to have a compressor. And parts washer, and air tools, drill press, grinders, sanders, mig and tig welder, organized random nuts and bolts of all sorts. Now I have a craftsman tool kit and some impact sockets...
When you test, do you take off the turbo elbow rubber hose and pressurize from there?
Do you have to also take off the throttle body pipe and cap it, or is there enough seal with engine off with the valves mostly closed?
Moving to Florida, half my tools never shipped here due to the moving company so I kinda stopped working on cars. Anyone in the Tampa/Sarasota area have a tester?