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05-21-2007 05:45 AM
Piinkhandcuffss ill post pics as soon as i can
05-20-2007 11:49 AM
03OrangeSVT You need at least 8 inches of straight before and after the MAF for it to get really good readings.
05-20-2007 10:54 AM
Turbo Turtle there needs to be as much of a straight spot as possible going into the maf but i dont think it will affect it that much after. may want to keep it straight for a couple inches though.
05-20-2007 05:13 AM
Piinkhandcuffss ok im gonna weld the maf piping in by the tb. dose it matter how close its gonna be to the elbow
05-18-2007 04:27 PM
Turbo Turtle yeah i used a uhaul dolly.
05-18-2007 03:09 PM
Piinkhandcuffss lol i wouldnt just gonna trailer it to tom or ray
05-18-2007 12:43 PM
Turbo Turtle it may start but i wouldnt drive it if i were you
05-17-2007 11:33 PM
Piinkhandcuffss lol sorry. im not very good with grammer as you can see. but thank you for all your help my dad is going to see if he cant weld it at work. but i will send u pics asap. my car wont run at all will it when i switch it over to blow threw
05-17-2007 11:26 PM
Turbo Turtle and ok, good, lol
05-17-2007 11:25 PM
Turbo Turtle umm. i cant really understand, lol. may be you should throw in a few periods. i cant understand what you mean, lol. but yeah welding one side and puting a coupler on one side and welding the other is fine. that is what i did. but so far yeah is sounds right but i cant make that much since out of it, lmao. just make sure that you use good couplers with it, i have learned that lesson.
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