Actually I've made all the breather lines longer/higher up, plus the intake is also higher.Looks like you have now converted an Off Road vehicle into a Soft Road vehicle. I wouldn't like to drive through anything deeper than a mud puddle.
"I was sceptical at first, but I decided to go ahead and do it diy style.
The results are surprisingly good.
At idle I was pulling 4.5g/s stock and with the upgrade I'm pulling 6.7g/s, this being from maf data."
Your Mass Air Flow should not have changed unless your idle speed increased ~50% to match the increased airflow. This would also require a 50% increase in fuel flow to maintain the proper air/fuel ratio.
I would suspect something is causing erroneous MAF data.
A very minor change in intake restriction should not/could not change engine mass through-put at low rpm. At idle, nothing should have changed.
Your "data" is very suspicious.
maybe, just maybe, you should re-read your post, and consider that your comment directed at Hedditch was a form of post bashing as well.Maybe I did overreact, but I will not stand for post bashing.
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