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Runnin Afm In The Cooler Piping?


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Air flowmeter will read a cleaner air supply,

It will prevent particles and dirt that make there way through the air filter

contaminating the afm's sensor.

However, you have to consider the blow-by

that will get to the afm...you might want to use

a catch can.

But, even then some blowby may still get to it.

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Has been done before with success, stockymcstocks rb25/30 does this, it allowsyou to have a venting bov before the afm, and still run fine when blowing off. It will need a clean more regularly, but IMO if your getting oill into the piping then there is another problem. Just make sure you leave the mesh in it and try to put oit in a straight bit of the i/c piping

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