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This is a discussion on Slp maf within the External Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; Hey guys I'm new to the LS1, and muscle cars in general. Thinking about ordering the SLP Performance Pac stage ...

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    Hey guys I'm new to the LS1, and muscle cars in general. Thinking about ordering the SLP Performance Pac stage 1 (Loudmouth cat-back, and the full SLP intake assembly), and their MAF sensor seperately. Is the MAF even worth it? And does it require a tune after installation?

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    This might help:

    GRANATELLI MAF sensor.

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    Kep the stock Maf.
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    Stick with the stock MAF.


    If you feel the need to order from SLP....get JUST their lid.

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    Even their lid sucks. It dosent fit very well and sticks up and rubs the paint off on the inside of the hood. The older blackwing type seem better, but not made anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mdcrabbie View Post
    Even their lid sucks. It dosent fit very well and sticks up and rubs the paint off on the inside of the hood. The older blackwing type seem better, but not made anymore.

    The blackwing has the emissions sticker on it, does it differ in anyway from the slp lid?

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    which lid do you recommend?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Z28_Driver View Post
    which lid do you recommend?
    I say x the lid and go for K&N

    http://www.knfilters.com/search/prod...Prod=57-3022-2
    Last edited by supaxero; 06-11-2009 at 08:28 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by supaxero View Post
    Yup screw lids man, just go for that! I was lucky my car already had it when I got it

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    Keep your stock MAF, but I like the SLP lid. You gotta read up in this forum on how to install it for the proper fit. I bought mine on Ebay for $50. Looks and works great.

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    i went with the slp lid.
    no fitment problems
    thanks for the tip

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