Thanks Petik. I have gotten so blue in the face from repeating that I just couldn't do it again... but after reading it on FF, again, I made it a new signature yesterday.You do NOT need the maf calibrated for any injector size.
it's all about what enclosure you end up using. i wouldn't not recommend using any oem enclosure unless you can guarantee a decent length of straight pipe before and after the enclosure so you're not getting any turbulence. i would actually recommend getting a higher resolution maf (like the lighting) and putting it in a smaller enclosure. that way you get the high precision & accuracy of the lightning maf, while still having it only go up to maybe 250whp.I don't recommend the lightning MAF... you have to make at least 400 HP to warrant one of those monsters.
Thanks Petik. I have gotten so blue in the face from repeating that I just couldn't do it again... but after reading it on FF, again, I made it a new signature yesterday.
So is the Lightning and Mustang GT sensor bolt pattern the same? I know the bolt pattern on my ZX3 MAFS housing is not the same as the one on the Mustang GT one - I had to fab up a housing with a lot of help from Mr JB Weld... anyhow, I just installed the sensor from a 90mm Lightning MAF last night. I welded a new plate to the side of my 3" intake tubing, and dropped the sensor head in - the two screws that hold the sensor head are spaced closer together on the Lightning MAF than some other Ford MAFs so I had to fab the new plate. I discarded the 90mm tube.