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aem maf position? #175805 May 10, 4:30am May 10, 4:30am
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aem maf position?
why does my AEM CAI have the maf pointed up to the ecu, its angled so you cant even unscrew it without loosening it and twisting it toward you, all other pics i see have the maf half way down the pipe going into the bumper??


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Re: AEM maf position? [Re: Pink_Panther] #175806 May 10, 8:51am May 10, 8:51am
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for people like me who clean their MAF no less then once a week it is quite irritating where they placed it. angry


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