Date Added: Friday 23 July, 2004
I found the whole process fairly easy. I didn't have any problem with the afm, I just had trouble getting the old headless screws off of the end of the AFM to fit the new filter cone. You need to use two nights, tightly fixed together and then undo the bottom nut, thus unscrewing the thread from the AFM. Thankfully I had a mechanic friend who could tell me this!Other than that some of the things in the diagrams weren't in my engine so had to use a bit of initiative, but really it is plain sailing!
my car now makes a beautiful roar over 2500 revs and am well pleased I made this change!!
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]