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Good Day everyone,

 

 

I need your help guys with this issue by only posting a picture of your 4th Gen MAF without removing it from its place. And here is why:

 

 

I found that JET have a MAF for our cars and decided to try it out with my setup. I went to the website and got the result as this link

https://jetchip.com/shop/performance-engine-upgrades/mass-air-flow-sensor/69167-powr-flo-mass-air-sensor/

 

 

Most of us who installed an intake know the shape of our MAF is the same for LGT and 3.0R for 4th Gen and also it is the same part number as per Subaru.com website

https://parts.subaru.com/p/Subaru__/Mass-Air-Flow-Sensor-Meter-Air-FlowMass-Air-Flow-Sensor/49232593/22680AA310.html

 

 

I went ahead and ordered it from JEGS store in Amazon and once it arrives, it wasn't the correct one. I double checked JET website and the box got the same part number that is in the website. The picture in JET website looks generic so I don't have a clue about who is wrong here. I contacted JET regarding this and told them that if they have the correct part number in their website, it must be packed by mistake in the wrong box so I shipped it back to JET not JEGS which means I paid for that shipping.

 

 

And when I received the new one, it's just the same as the old one that I received. I contacted them multiple time and they just replied with confidence that they did not make any mistake and I'm the one who is wrong or cheating here.

 

 

So can you please guys post pictures of you MAF of your 4th Gen Legacy? :)

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Wrx and LGT use a different design. I learned this when I deleted my MAF and needed a block-off plate. I have my oem MAF sensor in a box in the garage $25 plus shipping if you want it. Has about 45k miles on it
"Striving to better, oft we mar what's well." - Bill Shakespeare - car modder
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" The flow bench tested design of the JET Mass Air Sensor provides airflow increases of up to 45% and installs in 10 minutes or less. "

 

A sensor absolutely can NOT increase air flow.

 

 

This is not what I'm here for but I was going to compare it with oem MAF in a big tube intake to see if there is any benefit.

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This is not what I'm here for but I was going to compare it with oem MAF in a big tube intake to see if there is any benefit.

 

generally all these 'chip' type things do is use a resistor to skew the intake temperature reading that the ECM sees so it changes the fueling at that load point.

 

I am interested to see what kind of testing you do to find its potential gains.

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generally all these 'chip' type things do is use a resistor to skew the intake temperature reading that the ECM sees so it changes the fueling at that load point.

 

I am interested to see what kind of testing you do to find its potential gains.

 

 

tune and logging

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I really enjoy the fact that they reply to you, copying their own website information saying that "we only list the 2.5" but in that list is the 2008 LL bean EZ30D, and a 2010 "V6 3.6L". Instills that confidence in the product!

 

Gotta keep in mind OP seems to be in Saudi Arabia, and I'm not really sure what 'market' of Subaru's were shipped there. I did find on opposedforces a very strange looking MAF I'd not seen before when looking at google images. 22680AA360

 

Could you take a picture of your MAF and show us?

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the whole thread actually.

 

I hate feeling compelled to do other peoples homework, I even took a screenshot showing i literally put every vehicle in to look, especially when you can google search all the engine bay pics you want. After having to type this list out, there is zero consistency with this manufacturer. why separate the 2.5i and the outback sport? it's the same car as far as the MAF is considered. same with the wrx's, and the sti's.... why dont they don't know the engine code in the 2009 wrx? or the 2010 vvvveeeeee six legacy?? Shit, I want a v6 legacy, just to see what it looks like under the hood. It's little details like this that really need to make you question, is this a reputable product? Here's the homework I've done for you, I've gone through every model here and looked up its MAF part number. This should be all the information you need, not pictures.

 

  • 2008 Impreza - 2.5i H4 - 2.5L - EJ253 - 22680AA380
  • 2008 Impreza - Outback Sport H4 - 2.5L - EJ253 - 22680AA380
  • 2008 Impreza - WRX H4 - 2.5L - EJ255 - 22680AA380
  • 2008 Impreza - WRX Limited H4 - 2.5L - EJ255 - 22680AA380
  • 2008 Impreza - WRX STI H4 - 2.5L - EJ257 - 22680AA380
  • 2008 Impreza - WRX STI Limited H4 - 2.5L - EJ257 - 22680AA380
  • 2008 Impreza - WRX TR H4 - 2.5L - EJ257 - 22680AA380
  • 2008 Legacy - GT Limited H4 - 2.5L - EJ255 - 22680AA31A
  • 2008 Legacy - GT Spec.B H4 - 2.5L - EJ255 - 22680AA31A
  • 2008 Outback - 2.5i H4 - 2.5L - EJ253 - 22680AA38A
  • 2008 Outback - 2.5i Basic H4 - 2.5L - EJ253 - 22680AA38A
  • 2008 Outback - 2.5i Limited H4 - 2.5L - EJ253 - 22680AA38A
  • 2008 Outback - R LL Bean Edition H6 - 3L - EZ30D - 22680AA31A
  • 2008 Outback - XT Limited H4 - 2.5L - EJ255 - 22680AA31A
  • 2009 Forester H4 - 2.5L - EJ253 - 22680AA380
  • 2009 Impreza H4 - 2.5L - EJ253 - 22680AA380
  • 2009 Legacy H4 - 2.5L - EJ253 - 22680AA38A
  • 2009 Outback H4 - 2.5L - EJ253 - 22680AA38A
  • 2009 Impreza - WRX H4 - 2.5L - 22680AA380
  • 2010 Outback H4 - 2.5L - EJ253 - 22680AA38A
  • 2010 Forester H4 - 2.5L - EJ253 - 22680AA380 transition year, but EJ+FB engines use same MAF sensor
  • 2010 Impreza H4 - 2.5L - EJ253 - 22680AA380
  • 2010 Legacy H4 - 2.5L - EJ253 - 22680AA38A
  • 2010 Legacy V?6 - 3.6L - 22680AA38A I could not see where Subaru may have offered a V6 version of this vehicle, so I selected the H6.

 

So... the Impreza, including the wrx and sti, along with the forester use the 380 MAF. The turbo legacy/outback and 3.0L flat six use the 31A MAF. The Non-turbo Legacy/Outback uses the 38A MAF.

 

The 380 and 38A look interchangeable, but as someone said previously, the 31A is a mirror for the mounting holes.

 

All that being researched and said, for this company to say their MAF is compatible with that list of vehicles, is just a straight up lie. I can only imagine the rest of their information follows the same vein.

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the whole thread actually.

 

I hate feeling compelled to do other peoples homework, I even took a screenshot showing i literally put every vehicle in to look, especially when you can google search all the engine bay pics you want. After having to type this list out, there is zero consistency with this manufacturer. why separate the 2.5i and the outback sport? it's the same car as far as the MAF is considered. same with the wrx's, and the sti's.... why dont they don't know the engine code in the 2009 wrx? or the 2010 vvvveeeeee six legacy?? Shit, I want a v6 legacy, just to see what it looks like under the hood. It's little details like this that really need to make you question, is this a reputable product? Here's the homework I've done for you, I've gone through every model here and looked up its MAF part number. This should be all the information you need, not pictures.

 

  • 2008 Impreza - 2.5i H4 - 2.5L - EJ253 - 22680AA380
  • 2008 Impreza - Outback Sport H4 - 2.5L - EJ253 - 22680AA380
  • 2008 Impreza - WRX H4 - 2.5L - EJ255 - 22680AA380
  • 2008 Impreza - WRX Limited H4 - 2.5L - EJ255 - 22680AA380
  • 2008 Impreza - WRX STI H4 - 2.5L - EJ257 - 22680AA380
  • 2008 Impreza - WRX STI Limited H4 - 2.5L - EJ257 - 22680AA380
  • 2008 Impreza - WRX TR H4 - 2.5L - EJ257 - 22680AA380
  • 2008 Legacy - GT Limited H4 - 2.5L - EJ255 - 22680AA31A
  • 2008 Legacy - GT Spec.B H4 - 2.5L - EJ255 - 22680AA31A
  • 2008 Outback - 2.5i H4 - 2.5L - EJ253 - 22680AA38A
  • 2008 Outback - 2.5i Basic H4 - 2.5L - EJ253 - 22680AA38A
  • 2008 Outback - 2.5i Limited H4 - 2.5L - EJ253 - 22680AA38A
  • 2008 Outback - R LL Bean Edition H6 - 3L - EZ30D - 22680AA31A
  • 2008 Outback - XT Limited H4 - 2.5L - EJ255 - 22680AA31A
  • 2009 Forester H4 - 2.5L - EJ253 - 22680AA380
  • 2009 Impreza H4 - 2.5L - EJ253 - 22680AA380
  • 2009 Legacy H4 - 2.5L - EJ253 - 22680AA38A
  • 2009 Outback H4 - 2.5L - EJ253 - 22680AA38A
  • 2009 Impreza - WRX H4 - 2.5L - 22680AA380
  • 2010 Outback H4 - 2.5L - EJ253 - 22680AA38A
  • 2010 Forester H4 - 2.5L - EJ253 - 22680AA380 transition year, but EJ+FB engines use same MAF sensor
  • 2010 Impreza H4 - 2.5L - EJ253 - 22680AA380
  • 2010 Legacy H4 - 2.5L - EJ253 - 22680AA38A
  • 2010 Legacy V?6 - 3.6L - 22680AA38A I could not see where Subaru may have offered a V6 version of this vehicle, so I selected the H6.

 

So... the Impreza, including the wrx and sti, along with the forester use the 380 MAF. The turbo legacy/outback and 3.0L flat six use the 31A MAF. The Non-turbo Legacy/Outback uses the 38A MAF.

 

The 380 and 38A look interchangeable, but as someone said previously, the 31A is a mirror for the mounting holes.

 

All that being researched and said, for this company to say their MAF is compatible with that list of vehicles, is just a straight up lie. I can only imagine the rest of their information follows the same vein.

 

I know that I can google that up and as I asked here that I just need a photo of that to be here in this post to use it as a proof to my case cause I'm planning to open a lawsuit against JET.

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I guess maybe I didn't follow from the get go but what happened to deem this worthy of a lawsuit? Were you injured or was there substantial property damage as the result of using a product with false claims? I'm not on your side or Jets or others on the forum....I'm asking because I know what my time is worth. Do your own research and more often than not, OEM parts work best. When you get into modifications and altering a vehicle, well then you signed the waiver that states your pocket book will be empty and it is no one's fault but your own. That is my opinion. You can leave it at the door if you choose.

 

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