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Old 10-23-2009, 08:50 PM   #1
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Default MAss Air question

Is the Pro M 3" blow through style mass air meter any good..says it will support just about unlimited horsepower..

I am running a Procharger PSC1 on a SHM 5.0 forged internals..stage 2 PI heads and stage 2 SHM cams..looking for a new MAM...was thinking this might be a good one..saw a post about a similar blow through style , but cant find it

Any and all help would be appreciated

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Old 10-23-2009, 08:58 PM   #2
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Any mass air design that is 05+ style is virtually un-peg-gable
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My prom blow thru maf was about 200 points from pegging yesterday at only 700rwhp.
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Not sure of what the points are...can you enlighten me. I am thinking of 600-650 rwh. So I should be fine with that. Has anyone tried the DBX97 that Anderson Ford sells..read some good stuff..but would like to hear some real life experience.

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A maf peggs at 1023 mine was reading 890.
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