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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 12-22-2004, 08:38 PM Thread Starter
 
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MAF, Cold Air Induction w/o Free-Flow Exhaust

Help me out here...

I'm thinking of upgrading my Mass AirFlow Sensor and K&N AirCharger, but wondering what good that would do without freeing up the exhaust.

Add to my education as well...I'm assuming that the combination of a SLP MAF senseor with a K&N Aircharger makes sense...but I'm looking for someones opinions here.

Thanks,
Will
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Help me out here...

I'm thinking of upgrading my Mass AirFlow Sensor and K&N AirCharger, but wondering what good that would do without freeing up the exhaust.

Add to my education as well...I'm assuming that the combination of a SLP MAF senseor with a K&N Aircharger makes sense...but I'm looking for someones opinions here.

Thanks,
Will
dont mess with the maf, it flows enough to suport almost 400 hp,,,, just my 2 cents
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Agreed with above. The MAFs are fine and may people who change them wind up going back to the stock MAF. The holley power shot gets better reviews from LS1 owners than the K&N.
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