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Old 02-12-2012, 01:47 PM   #1
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Which Mass Air meter is better?

Going to upgrade to 24 lbs injectors. Which mass air meter is better the C&L meter or the Pro M meter. The C@L meter is about $150 and the Pro M is about $210 both from late model restoration.
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Going to upgrade to 24 lbs injectors. Which mass air meter is better the C&L meter or the Pro M meter. The C@L meter is about $150 and the Pro M is about $210 both from late model restoration.
Neither one.


IMO the best MAF made today is the ABACO MAF


You don't have to go through a plethora of sizes trying to decide which one is best for your combination. There is an 85 MM for small cubic inch engines and a 97 MM for larger cubic inch engines along with a belled 97 MM for draw through forced induction engines.
You do not have to send them back in for re-tuning if you change injectors or if the tuning map is just not right for your combination. You can tune them yourself with a desktop or laptop computer. They have lots of tunes that you can download and you can tweak them to your needs or use them as is. They will hold up to 10 different tunes/calibrations that you can access with the turn of a screwdriver.


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Wow that meter is pretty high tech. Another question I should have asked first is do I even need to upgrade to bigger injectors? I've go a cai, 70mm tb, cobra intake gt40 heads roller rockers and the ford b cam.
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75mm Granatelli Motorsports MAF for 24lb injectors is $260
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Wow that meter is pretty high tech. Another question I should have asked first is do I even need to upgrade to bigger injectors? I've go a cai, 70mm tb, cobra intake gt40 heads roller rockers and the ford b cam.
A set of 24 lb injectors would certainly compliment the mods you have.
Do you really "need" them?
You can get by on the factory 19 lb injectors until you get a bit over 270 HP.
See the calculator at the bottom of this page - RC Fuel Injection
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Going to upgrade to 24 lbs injectors. Which mass air meter is better the C&L meter or the Pro M meter. The C@L meter is about $150 and the Pro M is about $210 both from late model restoration.
I have a c&l maf and ford racing 24lb injectors for sale. Maf is calibrated for 24 lb. check classifieds if interested.
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Ok I'll check it out. But I've already got a set of injectors. Took them off a Lincoln town car or something at the junk yard.
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75mm Granatelli Motorsports MAF for 24lb injectors is $260
Pro-M used to make Granatelli's Meters , not sure if they still do ?
I've always used Pro-M with no issues !!!
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