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Has anyone moved the airflow meter from the drivers side to the pass side rear? Am thinking about doing it but wonder about the wierd problems i might run into..
 

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I thought about using a stock uturn hose off of some toyota or nissan. But i had one of mine split in the flex part of the tb elbow. Was gonna look at some hoses used for turbos. Then just polish up some tube to bridge the gap. My only concern is having the meter too close to the tb, Anyone think it would affect the runability?
 

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i read a write up on that years ago and cant find it , BUT it does make a difference in throttle response.......i would do it if i had time......go for it <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0">
 

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Tubing here web page

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OR - Grab a couple of screw drivers, some pliers, a tape measure and a couple of plastic bags. Roam around the salvage yard lift the hood of every vehicle and see what they have. If it looks good, bag it.

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I figure that if it doesn't work i can just put it back in the stock spot. Where the 2nd battery would be. Wanted to get more input though..ANYONE?????????
 

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Randy (trailtoy on this BB) has this setup on his '85 4Runner. I remember seeing the stock rubber elbow on the TB turned the other way, some PVC pipe and an elbow, and a K&N air filter clamped to the AFM. The hardest part, I guess, is extending the wires to the AFM (needs to be soldered well), and even that's not too tough. Get a hold of trailtoy, he can give specifics.
 
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