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    all plastic around the sensor...
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    Quote Originally Posted by 320MDE46 View Post
    all plastic around the sensor...
    Just out of interest how was the car running before and did you clean it?
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by plumhead View Post
    Just out of interest how was the car running before and did you clean it?
    It was weak under 2000rpm cleaning it was the first i tried not easy with the orginal plastic in place.
    It was smoking to...

    I did not take away the little tunnel around the sensor. I think it´s good to have ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by 320MDE46 View Post
    It was weak under 2000rpm cleaning it was the first i tried
    Well if it works for you it's good. A little more description in the thread would have made it alot easier for people to follow.

    When you cleaned it did you wait for it to dry completly before refitting
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by plumhead View Post
    Well if it works for you it's good. A little more description in the thread would have made it alot easier for people to follow.

    When you cleaned it did you wait for it to dry completly before refitting
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    Just to prove that what you have done is actually ruin the calibration of your MAF sensor I will post this up so you can enlighten yourself.

    http://www.guzzimental.com/documents...%20Sensors.pdf

    You don't seriously think that with all Bosch's or Siemens money and Tech department they put that plastic in there for show.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronnie View Post
    Just to prove that what you have done is actually ruin the calibration of your MAF sensor I will post this up so you can enlighten yourself.

    http://www.guzzimental.com/documents...%20Sensors.pdf

    You don't seriously think that with all Bosch's or Siemens money and Tech department they put that plastic in there for show.

    The thing is that the engine is adapting itself after the Maf readings.. Higher Maf reading more power. The plastic 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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    The forces and response at low engine speed are much much better I was surprised ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by 320MDE46 View Post
    The forces and response at low engine speed are much much better I was surprised ...
    Compared to what ?
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by 320MDE46 View Post
    The thing is that the engine is adapting itself after the Maf readings.. Higher Maf reading more power. The plastic 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.....
    Placebo effect.

    Or because you have a underlying problem with your car, and so your cowboy hands have demolished what may have been a perfectly good MAF.

    Have you ever thought of removing your tyres off the wheels to save weight? It doesn't half make the car faster down a hill also.

    Maybe we could work together, I like you have found some wondrous things like Turbonators and electric superchargers that add 400bhp, and stickers that add 25 RWHP but don't let the cat out of the bag too early! Or we could lose millions!

    My Dragons Den friends will be creaming themselves at our genius minds!
     

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