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Old 11-03-2014, 07:51 PM   #1
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Jet powerflow MAF

Anyone have one now or ever try one in the past? think it would be worth the money? I don't see how it can increase airflow by upto 45% when it looks the same size as the stock one. maybe its just how the picture looks. feedback would be great. thanks.

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This seems like a gimmick ... The only reason to replace a MAF is if you're pegging the current one, which no one is currently doing on the 3.7. The Factory MAFs have room to be scaled a bit, but literally its sole purpose is just to measure incoming air ... there's no way it can possibly add power just by swapping it in.
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Voltwings said it best, the MAF is not really a restriction in these motors.
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