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Cheapest VW MAFS's that I've found

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http://www.purems.com/products/product.php/II=2345

$83.95 each
Part #: 06A906461A

I had alot of work done on my Audi at Pure Motorsports, great shop
Excellent rating on the shop too
http://www.socaleuro.com/forum/showthread.php/pure-motorsport-27753/index.html
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Do these match up directly without modification? No performance loss from 'genuine' MAFs?
That should be the VW part number for the VW Bosch MAF sensor, ends in 032. Ours ends in 029.

Technical discussion seems to indicate the VW runs about 4% richer, apparently not noticeable. Most everyone reports excellent results.
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apparently what ive read is people have great success with the VW MAFS

you will remove the sensor from the housing and reuse the housing from your original MAF
 

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oooh i can get these at work, and at cost too! will have a look into them when the time comes!

cheers
 

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Thanks! More reason to use my credit card :applause:
 

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So this is plug and play? My car has 67k AND DOUBT the mafs have ever been changed. I tried cleaning but would rather get new mafs.
So if you guys say they are good to go i'll go ahead and order them.
ive never tried personally, but if you do a search, there's a very high success rate using the VW MAFS since they cost 1/3 the price of the BMW MAF
 

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Just ordered mine from Pure Motorsport

ill let you know how it goes
 

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