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Old 06-24-2004, 02:29 AM   #1
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Question Will a pro-m z-tech meter work on the spi

Hey Guys I saw a Pro-m 70mm meter on ebay for a z-tech. Would that work on a 2000 spi intake. Its already calibrated for stock injectors. What do u guys think?


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No it wont.

Stock injectors on an SPI are 16lbs.

Stock injectors on a zetec are 19lbs.

So you would have to upgrade to a zetec fuel rail and injectors for it to work correctly.
 
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Also, Pro-M and Pro-Flo have such erratic readings that they're nearly impossible to tune. I have a Pro-Flo that I use as a paperweight.
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so what should i use to manage fuel and air ratio for a turbo? I wanted to get my hands on the halteh system but its a bit pricy now a days. I could go with an Fmu and msd ign. but i heard it could run my system to lean at high boost especially with the stock injectors.
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If your tuner is worth his oats, you can run your stock MAF. Lidio in Detroit uses only a stock MAF that is recalibrated and relocated to before the turbo. I have seen two of his ZX3's run 13's on stock internals with 42# injectors.
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