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    MAF angle

    I fitted a different air box cover the other day and it fits fine but need a little bit of trimming.

    To get it to sit flat I need to bend the MAF plug cables down, it looks ok but I'm worried its going to put a strain on the plug and cables in time.

    I'm thinking of rotating the MAF round to get the plug out of the way.
    I've not looked to see if this is possible but I'm wondering if the angle will effect it in any way.

    Does any one know?

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    Nope it wont matter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aragorn View Post
    Nope it wont matter.
    ok.
    Need to see if I can rotate it now.

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    Yeah doesnt matter. I had mine upside down to try and hide the wires a bit more. Was fine. Got the cover then?

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    Cool.

    yeah got it mate.
    All fitted and every thing.


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