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This is a discussion on Mass air within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; Ok guys. I see people talkin bout ported mass air sensor and people removing the screen for extra horses. Is ...

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    Ok guys. I see people talkin bout ported mass air sensor
    and people removing the screen for extra horses. Is that true?
    Is it worth it? Is it's removed will that damage the motor?
    What's a ported mass air sensor.
    Thanks

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    no its not worth it, the stock MAF is fine the way it is, taking the screen off will not net you and noticable gain. porting it just makes the size of it bigger
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    I was lookin at another theads bout that.
    And I thought that wasn't gonna make a difference. And idk bt that could probably damage the engine. Cuz somethin culd go i'm there idk
    what could u tell me bout K&N filter? Is that a good upgrade? I got the slp lid
    Thanks for the help

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    Screw the K&N, lets alot of dirty through and gets expensive to clean and oil plus can over oil and throw the MAF off. Go with Amsoil for the air filter. Changing MAF's can help but you need to get them tuned to run properly. If your not looking to tune, just keep stock MAF. It can handle lots of power.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 98maro View Post
    I was lookin at another theads bout that.
    And I thought that wasn't gonna make a difference. And idk bt that could probably damage the engine. Cuz somethin culd go i'm there idk
    what could u tell me bout K&N filter? Is that a good upgrade? I got the slp lid
    Thanks for the help
    Just keep your MAF stock. As far as the K&N, my experience at the track was this. I ran my car 6 times, 2 with no filter, 2 with clean stock Delco, and 2 with a K&N someone gave me with the lid I bought. There were no differences in my ET or trap MPH. I say go with a quality stock type air filter.

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    I was bout to buy the K&N filter bt I heard bad things bout them
    so any regular air filter its fine? I have a cheap one now. Bt I like the acdelc

    so I'll jst keep the stock MAF. I dnt want problms wit dat

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