C&L 73mm MAF ?!?

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  1. Snoodge

    Snoodge New Member

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    Anybody have one installed in their 99+ V6, and how close to real is the claim of 10rwhp extra from just upgrading the MAF.

    thanks =)
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    SpectorV Founding Member

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    C&L are not good, they go about making hp all wrong....they confuse the maf sensor...I am located about 40 min from C&L warehouse and distribution location, i have seen TONS of them in the area...they are good for probably 5hp on a stock car.
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    Snoodge New Member

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    Good lookin out... thanks =)
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    SpectorV Founding Member

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    Pro M is where its at...costly but effective most dyno tuners like it over most, but thats just what i belive every one says, its best to ask others though to make sure, check out v6power.nets forums and make sure. I jus know C&L have alot of issues idle, etc, alot of dynos wont even touch them.
  5. 93CobraPwr

    93CobraPwr Founding Member

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    Thats interesting..

    I know of no one, with V8 Mustangs that prefers a Pro-M to tune, over a C&L

    Most would much rather "Tune" the fuel tables in and such in the computer, not rely on a little piece on the meter itself ;)
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    Nice ride SpectorV :nice:

    I've heard nothing but good about the Pro-M's from every crowd my self.
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    SpectorV Founding Member

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    ty, my friend had the c&l hated it idled terrible and got a pro m and solved 90% of the issues, it does need a tune also. i so with c&l was good there base of operations is located 40 min from my house.
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    98CobraClone New Member

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    My tuner told me that they cannot guarantee any drivability issues with a C&L when used as a blow thru application. I don't know if they are any good with a naturally aspirated application though.

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