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Old 01-28-2007, 01:51 AM   #11
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Maxx, you feel it because you want to. It'* an intake restriction, and you're hurting performance.

Your car needs LAMINAR straight flow in order to properly read the incoming air on the MAF sensor. Those gizmos are made for carbureted engines or TB injection setups, not multi-port.

You can trust us and remove it, or put up with our chuckles for as long as you have it installed.
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