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Fast Toys Ports MAF Ends

This is a discussion on Fast Toys Ports MAF Ends within the External Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; Just saw these, they are plastic ends which replace the factory metal ones, and they are ported. Anybody running em? ...

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    Question Fast Toys Ports MAF Ends

    Just saw these, they are plastic ends which replace the factory metal ones, and they are ported. Anybody running em? How hard is the install, etc? Seems like a good idea, and you won't run into any pc problems like you do with slp/granatelli complete maf sensors. These are ported and plastic to keep them cool.

    http://www.ws6project.com/user_stor/...oducts_id=1804

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    install is very simple, its just two clamps that hold the MAF to the duct and lid

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    I've had all that off before, just never taken apart the maf sensor.

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    its 4 bolts that hold it togeather like a sanwich. really easy. the hardest part is seperating the MAF houseing from your lid. espically if you have an after market one

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    Over priced piece of plastic!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 9t8z28 View Post
    Over priced piece of plastic!
    Isn't all plastic??

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    for a stock motor, gains are negligable up to 6000 rpms. after that, then you'll see a difference. here's the dyno from the wife's car testing the vinci ported polymer MAF ends. max torque value is incorrect as there was a spike at the beginning of the run.


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    Thats kinda cool, thanks - I figured it would pick up a couple..

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