Will a '87-'93 Pro M Mass air meter ....

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  1. HoofnIt

    HoofnIt Founding Member

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    work on my '95 Mustang GT? I thought I remember reading that it would work but need to make certain before I purchase one. Thanks
     
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    I am also wondering if a Pro-M 75 fox model will work. I've heard that there are issues with using a fenderwell CAI kit and a Pro-M 75 since the turbulance that the bend in the CIA before the MAF causes 'dirty' data. I've also heard that clocking the MAF can help, but with the 94-95's flanged style, that is not easy. The fox style (unflanged) would allow for easier clocking adjustments. Is using a fox model a good idea w/ a fenderwell CAI?

    Rick
     
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    Well a fenderwell CAI is not a good idea period. A FOX body MAF will work on our cars. I have a 77mm off a FOX and it works great.
     
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    Thanks for the info. I'm hoping to find a used one.

    I have a homemade CAI w/out bends on my Stang and it works great. I have a bigmouth UPR filter that is tucked neatly away in the fenderwell, away from any fanwash and heat. I have had no idle or surging issues yet.
     
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    I used to have a homemade CAI and a URP filter, then I swithed to a FOX setup. It worked great for me and I also liked people asking me were I bought the CAI and I would say I made it.
     
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    i had on e on my 95 unitl i switched to a superchrager this year and i need at 40lb calibrated one ..............so if u need a bullet meter i have one for sale!!!!!!!!
     
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    I am looking for a 77mm calibrated for 24lb injectors. Thanks anyway.
     
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    I also have a Fox meter. Seem to work better on our cars then a 94-95 meter.
     
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