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    SLP Mass Airflow Sensor

    Does anybody know anything about these Mass Airflow Sensors? They claim up-to 10 HP, but I was just wondering if anybody had done the mod, and had good resulte. Thanks

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    Don't waste your money. if you have a tune, or will get a tune, the aftermarket MAf's F up the tune. They have to be totally removed to properly tune the car.

    If you really want a bigger MAF, get a Zo6 maf. Bigger diameter, and is totally compatable with ls1 edit.

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    Total GARBAGE.

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    There is a reason why those are constantly sold on ebay...
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    Now everyone don't get your panties in a knot....you can upgrade to the zo6 MAF and increase diameter, thus increasing air flow. it is a simple bolt on fix, the price is right, and you can relocate your iat into the actual MAF itself.

    For the money, it is a pretty good mod. But I would wait until you have at least LT's, TB, and CAI to make it worth it....

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    What if I prefer my panties in a knot? Thought about that?
    Relocating the IAT prooved a very worth while effort....NAPA and about $14 you get the IAT sensor and the wiring harness ( listed as an 04 Vette IAT assembly)....cut the head off the existing IAT ( unplug your damn battery first folks) and slice/soder the new harness on.....now you can put the IAT in the wheel well if you want...I got a little filter that looks like a mini KN from Auto Zone...the IAT fits right into it.....
    As for all this air stuff....folks...you could weld a fricking trash can on your roof and route copius amounts of cold air into your intake....if you aint got the heads and cam to handle all that air it is a waste of good air....only so much can go into the cylinder you know....and that is regulated by bore/stroke/valve lift and duration.....now I'm all for getting the coldest air possible....but you dont need a fricking scooper running along side of you....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarge
    What if I prefer my panties in a knot? Thought about that?
    Your freaky ass probably does like the knot!

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