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Old 08-07-2009, 04:32 PM   #51
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Tune it!
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Does the MAF come with the kit?? And you are driving a 2005 Z?
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Old 08-07-2009, 10:17 PM   #53
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As far as I can tell the maf is part of the original intake...
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Old 08-07-2009, 11:18 PM   #54
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Does the MAF come with the kit?? And you are driving a 2005 Z?
There was no kit I just bought the pieces I needed. The MAF is factory as is everthing up to the TB. Just a air filter, 1 strait piece, 1-90, and an adapter. The car is a 09 SE
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Excellent. So the MAF tube in the pic is original and adding the tube did not mess with the system? I like it. I have been needing to do this mod but was concerned that any such changes in the intake configuration or length would cause the system to get screwy.

Excelent. Thanks. That old lifetime box filter is history!

When I read MPG such as 35 city and 45 hwy, I want to cry with my 29hwy. It's got to be that filter.
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Didnt cause any MIL or any thing, and sounds pretty good too.
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Great. Thanks. I'll have to get started.
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i wanna see pics
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I will. As soon as I get it in.
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Very smooth job looks good
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