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Old 04-03-2005, 03:51 PM   #1
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New MAF No more recalibrating

This is my cure for Pro-M going out of buisness

These will come in both a 3 inch and a 2.5 they are made from Alum. billet stock and Alum pipe they are beadrolled on both ends and welded

The MAF housing cost 75.00 for either 3 or 2.5

The MAF housing with the Diablo MAF`a will be 220.00



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so Tom,
i'm taking it the stock sensor is used?
and the diablo is plugged inline?
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Thats gonna look great on my car
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75 is a hefty price for a pice of aluminum...IMO...
at leat there is an option...
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I agree for a piece of aluminum that is a lot , For a tube you have to cut , Bead role , drill a hole , CNC another piece to tightly fit said pipe , drill and tap holes then weld , See what it would cost you to build

It cost me 34.85 not counting labor , going after the pieces

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Well I like that option...Since there are few others out there.
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and why you dont need to recalibrate it ?
does it do it?
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Because the MAF`a and your tuner will do what is needed to make it run correctly

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Because the MAF`a and your tuner will do what is needed to make it run correctly

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so you still need to reclibrate it...
but in a different way...

is this only works with a diablo chip??
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