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Old 05-23-2013, 05:16 PM   #1
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Default mass air meter guessing game. what is it (pics)

Guys what is this 80mm mass air meter to? It doesnt have a brand on it or nothing. If you followed my other posts you will know why im asking. Is it a stock application for somthing? Has anyone seen one before?


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Well you can see the sensor says ford on the top, I'd assume its aftermarket for a mustang.
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the sensor is 1993 cobra 70mm mass air meter 24# injectors. I didnt know what the meter was, but i just found out it looks to be stock for 1994 to 2004 mustangs.
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Old 05-23-2013, 08:23 PM   #4
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the sensor is 1993 cobra 70mm mass air meter 24# injectors. .
the oem sensor for a 93 cobra were not altered electronically to work with 24's, the maf transfer function for 24's was all in the ecm of the 93 cobra
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Old 05-24-2013, 05:56 AM   #5
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the oem sensor for a 93 cobra were not altered electronically to work with 24's, the maf transfer function for 24's was all in the ecm of the 93 cobra
thanks, that explains why i was told the cobra ecu was needed for this sensor. But does that mean i could sell this sensor as a stock 87-93 mustang mass air sensor with 19# injectors and 70mm meter? Or is it truely a cobra ecu only sensor?
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thanks, that explains why i was told the cobra ecu was needed for this sensor. But does that mean i could sell this sensor as a stock 87-93 mustang mass air sensor with 19# injectors and 70mm meter? Or is it truely a cobra ecu only sensor?
I don't know, you could call ford and see if the part numbers are the same, that'd tell you or I'm sure someone here knows
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That looks like my sn-95 maf....
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Stock 70mm unit on 94-?? Ford cars such as Mustang, T-Bird, Cougar.
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Its 80mm.
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Old 05-28-2013, 01:58 PM   #10
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I've pulled an 80mm like that from a Lincoln.
Not sure what you could sell it as... but ebay doesn't really seem to car, lol.
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