ok, so this might get shot down in flames, but can i ask is there any benefit? im wondering if the sensor works under pressure. and thinking the maf would get a more accurate reading after the intercooler as the temps and flow would get read better.
am i talking out my arse and best to have it before the turbo as is?
reason im asking is the way the box is set up on the a4 is terrible. the air box is like 6" from a red hot turbo. even with the heat sheilds the intake temps must be something rotten, after a run the box and intake pipe are really hot. i know the intercooler cools down the air any way but having high intake temps to the turbo cant be doing any good to the temps.
so was going to pipe directly from the turbo to a intake like a cda one, away from the heat then vent the crank case to a catch can and then have the recirc running from before the maf (after the intercoler) and back to the turbo intake pipe.
possible or not worth it? sorry if what ive suggested is a stupid, but ive searched and not found much. only on other cars that use the maf before the turbo as per the 1.8t