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    Quote Originally Posted by Foxy328 View Post
    Probably all those pesky plastic bits which ensure nice smooth and straight airflow over the sensor.
    I guess we'll never know.............................
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by chromiumuk View Post
    I guess we'll never know.............................
    Aleast the thread starter knows what your thinking about them
     

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    Egr delete
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    De-flappy
     

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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...
    I hope you will not be complaining when that sensor gets covered with dirt and there will be no more response from the car dude. Thats why the plastic bit is there for to protect it.
    My BMW history= E36 318IS, 323I,Mini Cooper, E46 320 D SE and now E39 530D. awesome
     

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    If you want your car faster get a remap thats the best way to tune your car
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronnie View Post
    Exactly.

    This thread has got a one-way ticket on the Disoriented Express.
    The thing is that the engine is adapting itself after the Maf readings.. Higher Maf reading more power. The blastic that is covering the maf sensor is slowing down the airflow. The car is better to drive without it i have tried have you...? EEEEEEE i have read that its blablabla.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by shiku84 View Post
    I hope you will not be complaining when that sensor gets covered with dirt and there will be no more response from the car dude. Thats why the plastic bit is there for to protect it.
    If the maf plastic is picking up dirt in your car, you should really check if there is any air filter mounted lol....
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    Quote Originally Posted by 320MDE46 View Post
    If the maf plastic is picking up dirt in your car, you should really check if there is any air filter mounted lol....
    So how are you filtering the air over the maf where you have taken the plastic off?
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by plumhead View Post
    So how are you filtering the air over the maf where you have taken the plastic off?
    no need for plastic mr plumhead...

    You need only on KN filter in the filter box okay...? Are you following me
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    Quote Originally Posted by 320MDE46 View Post
    no need for plastic mr plumhead...

    You need only on KN filter in the filter box okay...? Are you following me
    No I am not following you. Infact I don't think anyone is
     

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