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Foam insert before mass flow sensor

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Old Jul 13th, 2018, 23:53   #1
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Hi,

I have recently upgraded the air box on my Volvo C30 2.0 to the K&N 57s air box and filter (which has made a real difference btw) and I noticed there was a small foam insert at the bottom of the air box before the mass flow sensor. Is this foam insert required? Wouldn’t it affect the reading on the mass flow sensor?

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Old Jul 14th, 2018, 08:06   #2
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I would think it's a baffle to smooth the airflow over the sensor and thus give more consistent readings. Bit like a damper on a spring, smooths the operation of the spring and makes the ride more comfortable, without it the spring would do its job but the ride would be bouncer.

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