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Hey all! 
going from pink label to r35 maf when my stagea goes for a tune. Running nistune.

 

just wondering if i should go through the extra effort of wiring the maf into cooler piping or put it in the 4 inch intake? Car will have no BOV and max flutter so not sure if thatll affect it. 
expanding on that! If in either location where in the piping should the sensor go?

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Put it in the cooler pipe. In a 4" inlet it is worth HUUUUUGE power (in terms of how much air mass flow it will take to saturate it) and even though the card type AFMs are more resistant to reversion, hectic flutter will make tuning harder.

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I have an R35 maf in a 4" draw through setup with straightener. It was a nightmare to tune around idle and decel and it's still not 100% perfect. If I was keeping this setup (It's coming out this winter) I would redo it. 

I should have went 3.5" blow through from the start. 

Cheers. 

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On 10/08/2021 at 10:04 PM, GTSBoy said:

hectic flutter will make tuning harder.

still easier than a Z32 :)

Dirty workaround, set the decel timing like all around 25~30 just before idle. Stops it stalling, but yes it's a dirty workaround.

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