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well just took off the screen to mass air flow sensor :). Also added some tubing behind the passenger head lamp to get cool fresh air from the lower duct. :cheers:

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^ Yup. I know certain GM MAF sensors need the screens in place.

Just curious, why not piece together an intake? You'll get a better power increase ditching the restrictive stock air box.

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' date='Aug 25 2010, 11:37 PM' post='35920']

^ Yup. I know certain GM MAF sensors need the screens in place.

Just curious, why not piece together an intake? You'll get a better power increase ditching the restrictive stock air box.

in the works :cheers:

Very nice. Hope you didn't screw up the MAF doing it though...

i have done it before on my Z28 :)

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I'd keep a spare MAF sensor handy. You never know. :woot:

These motors are very fickle, I accidentally left my IAT sensor disconnected, and it felt like my transmission was about to let go. :lol2:

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