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05-25-2016 02:24 PM
El_Chef_43
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Originally Posted by 04_v8touareg View Post
very well I've had them on for about a year just checked them recently and they were still very clean. When I installed them obliviously I didn't notice any real performance gain except a hint of increased throttle response and better sounding induction noises
I've been looking at AEM dry flows
05-25-2016 02:17 PM
04_v8touareg
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How are those k&n treating you
very well I've had them on for about a year just checked them recently and they were still very clean. When I installed them obliviously I didn't notice any real performance gain except a hint of increased throttle response and better sounding induction noises
05-25-2016 12:41 PM
El_Chef_43 How are those k&n treating you
01-02-2016 03:19 PM
04_v8touareg
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Originally Posted by Built4Sin View Post
Ended up doing mine yesterday. I cleanly broke it free and then put a clean ring of JB in the slot and then put it back into place. I then stuffed a bunch under the backside where horn intake is.
very nice looks good mine has held up very well ever since I repaired it no complaints. Thanks for the tip again
01-02-2016 09:11 AM
Built4Sin Top side
01-02-2016 09:11 AM
Built4Sin Ended up doing mine yesterday. I cleanly broke it free and then put a clean ring of JB in the slot and then put it back into place. I then stuffed a bunch under the backside where horn intake is.
12-27-2015 07:02 PM
04_v8touareg Some jb weld did the trick
12-26-2015 09:21 PM
04_v8touareg
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That's the maf connecting to the filter housing. You're going to need to epoxy/ Jb weld it back to the filter box. The stress of not taking off the maf during the filter changes does that. Mines a hair loose on the drivers side.
thanks I'll have to try that out
12-26-2015 09:17 PM
Built4Sin That's the maf connecting to the filter housing. You're going to need to epoxy/ Jb weld it back to the filter box. The stress of not taking off the maf during the filter changes does that.

Mines a hair loose on the drivers side.
12-26-2015 09:10 PM
04_v8touareg The first picture is the I take on the left side that is how it's suppose to look like.
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