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turbo1600

where to put RB25DET afm ?

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And just to expand on what Duncan said.....

If we're talking vanilla RB25 here, and you're using the factory ECU, then you really can't contemplate putting it anywhere except where he said. Between the airbox and the turbo.

If you're using an aftermarket ECU on a vanilla RB25, then you shouldn't really be thinking about using an AFM anyway.

If you're using a Neo 25, and the factory ECU, then if you put Nistune in the ECU then you could consider putting the stock AFM in the boost pipework (after the intercooler) but you really shouldn't because the stock one isn't really mechanically strong enough to be placed in boost. If Neo & Nistune, then you could use an R35 type AFM in the boost pipe with no pain.

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