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Old 07-23-2001, 01:46   #1 (permalink)
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Does anyone know where I can get a good 77mm MAF? I think thats what mine needs. What size does the 220kw use?

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Im prety sure the new 220kw falcons use an 80mm maf
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Old 07-23-2001, 15:34   #3 (permalink)
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Unless the spec just changed the meters on all the latest engines is a 70mm unit.

If you're after something with really good flow capacity and don't want to stuff around look for the Pro-M 77 meter through a yank supplier. It'll cost you around US $400 but its a well designed unit. Unlike our 70mm meters this Pro-M model has the sampling tube built into the wall of the meter so there is considerably more airflow.

If you want to see ads pick up a copy of 5.0 Mustang or Muscle Mustangs & Fast Fords from a newsagent (it may take some looking).

The manufacturer has a good web site here:

http://www.pro-flow.com
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Thank guys

I do agree with you (anakha) on that MAF as I have read in my new 5.0L bible called '5.0L Ford Dyno Tests". I suggest every gets this book. The reson I asked cause if I can get a good MAF from here at a good price it well it's easier than importing one.

Although a mate and I are importing some suff soon, I was seeing my opyions first. I ran Ford today and they couldn't tell me any dimentions. I wanted;

* MAF size
* Throttle body size
* Injector colour code.

They were no help.
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Hi Dude
Im pretty sure that 19lb are orange & 24 are blue
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Cool

Thats what I thought but I needed someone to back me up before fitment.
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You want cheap 24 lb injectors? look no further than a TR Magna 4 cyl - work a treat in mine.....
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regarding au fuel injectors/both orange/blue flow 24lbs
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