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[Alloytec] Installing pod filter problem

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Hey I've just tried putting a CAI pod filter and box on my VZ 3.6L ute but it isn't running right it's acceleration is jumpy from sluggish to accelerating fast and not running right does anyone know why?
 

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Probably too lean.
 

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Ok to much air flow it could be I guess
 

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Throw that stupid thing away and put the proper original air cleaner etc back on it.
Car was built for that and tuned for that.
 

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the MAF is tuned for the intake it is in, if the intake is changed at all then the maf is out of calibration, the maf dosnt tell the ecu what is flowing thru it
 

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