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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 07-22-2007, 02:46 PM Thread Starter
 
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is there a way of cleaning the maf without screwing it up? and is it worth it to delete the screen?
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Remove the MAF, spray the veins with carb cleaner. Just enough till the you can see the thin, silver of the vein. Removing the screen is an arguable debate. I have had mine removed since I ported/polished the case, but I have seen some with debris on the screen, that otherwise would have hit the veins.
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hey thanks. thats what i did but, now a slight stumble in my idle. do you think it through the tune out of sink a bit? i have a predator. thankls Ralph
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