<font size="2" face="Verdana, Arial">It shouldn't need to "learn" a MAF sensor unless the calibration is alot different than the stock one. In this case it's not size that matters, its the calibration.Originally posted by doogie78:
Sorry to highjack you thread but I installed mine yesterday and don't really notice a difference. Should I give it some time for the computer to accept it or what?
<font size="2" face="Verdana, Arial">I don't think you can put the Pro-flow internals into that intake. The calibration (voltage output) is based on the diameter of the tube that the sensor is fitted to. It would be like trying to put the Pro-Flow sensor into the stock MAF case.Originally posted by bartlomiej:
the reason I asked this question is because I own a BOMZ CAI. With this intake you just insert the MAF sensor into a provided socket. The original MAF sensor is not nearly as big as the OEM shell it comes in. IF this is true for the pro flow MAF, then i may be able to use one. Unless the only difference is the shell diameter, then it would be pointless to get a proflow. further insight is appreciated. thanks.