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moving the MAF sensor

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Hello, i am new to the forums and was hoping to find some help on this subject. I have a 2018 Cruze with the 1.4L and manual trans. it is a daily driver but i wanted to do some intake upgrades and the position of the MAF sensor is making that a bit difficult. could anyone give me some tips on how to/ if its a good idea to move the MAF to the charge pipe. and if anyone has experience on how to get some more sound out of the turbo without a tune as that is a bit out of my price range right now. any help will be great.
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Be careful friend !!!! Upgrading your CAIntake CAN in point of fact send your MAF sensor into what I can only discribe as various modes of crazy. Which will eventually effect your MAP sensor. If your Cruze has the Le2 engine which if it is a Gen2 it does. Both MAY eventually fail. I hear it doesn't happen EVERY time. But over a long enough period I believe it does. You may eventually get the REDUCED ENGINE POWER because of this and your car will be virtually un-driveable. I have a Cruze Gen2 with a 6-speed manual as well. I upgraded cause I LOVEEDD hearing my turbo every time I shifted. I am paying for that now. God **** MAF sensor is the cause I am starting to believe.
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