A Q for Jase...Riva Air filter

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A Q for Jase...Riva Air filter

Post  softbaiter on Mon Dec 15 2008, 22:14

Hi Jase,

Thinking of buying a Riva filter for my FX140, just wanted to check that they dont run a hotwire MAF sensor in the throttle bodies etc ? I know hotwire type MAF's dont like oiled filters as the oil builds up on the hotwire...

im hoping it just runs a MAP sensor
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Post  Jase on Wed Dec 17 2008, 06:19

Hi Softbaiter
I reckon your good to go as the riva filters arnt the oiling type they are a dry filter
and from memory the FX140 runs a map sensor
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Jase
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Post  softbaiter on Wed Dec 17 2008, 19:28

cheers Jase!
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