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Please help me out here because I am confused on this issue. What is the advantage of going to the LT1 3.5 MAF sensor? What do I need to install one of these other than the sensor?
I see guys running a translater and translater plus, what is the difference here. I would really like to get rid of the old delco sensor and install one of these, more air would be nice. Thanks.
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The #1 reason is that the original MAF is not ava anymore & remans are not reliable. The trans plus is more tuneable" Not to mention that there is more air volume coming threw the bigger LT1 MAF.
 
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