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    I have taken off all the plastic that is cowering the maf sensor and removed all flat spots ho makes turbulence. It gave me more throttle response...
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    Can you explain further please?

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    Pop your hood please, and take out the MAF. Hopefully you will understand it... I don't have time to write a book about it sorry...
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by 320MDE46 View Post
    I have taken off all the plastic that is cowering the maf sensor and removed all flat spots ho makes turbulence. It gave me more throttle response...
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    Can you explain further please?

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    if you have time to join this forum & share you findings it would be helpful to those who are interested if you could make it clear what you have done.
     

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    Perhaps 320MDE46's response was lost in translation? I'm still trying to understand how you remove the MAF, unplug/disconnect yes but remove

    Hopefully he'll take the time to confirm what he has actually done to his car
     

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    Disconnecting the MAF will mess up FAR's surely and make it run poorly?

    This is a confusing thread
     

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    Can you run your car without a maf?
     

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    He removed part of the plastics inside the MAF housing i assume
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheEnd View Post
    He removed part of the plastics inside the MAF housing i assume
    Thank you finale one with a little bit of common sense...
     

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