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Old 09-09-2013, 12:18 PM   #1
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Intercooler piping question

Okay so im relcoating battery so im gonna try and use less bends on my intercooler piping.. One question tho ive been told that i should move my maf plenty of times right now its a hood 2-3 feet from the throttle body .. Right next to my air filter .. Sense im gonna change the piping were should i move it to? And would it be bad to have before the bov from the throttle body? I really dont know to much about this stuff any help is apreciated


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Don't relocate the battery unless is absolutely necessary, BOV can be located between turbo and intercooler, maf needs to have 6" straight piping before an after.
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Okay well that could be one of my problems i guess i gonna get a new pipe for that and dose a mafia replace the exsiting maf?
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Okay well that could be one of my problems i guess i gonna get a new pipe for that and dose a mafia replace the exsiting maf?
no you connect the mafia to your stock MAF
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