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Old 04-03-2014, 06:19 PM   #1
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When buying a mass airflow meter (76mm) for my stang.. Does it matter if i get one for cold air intake or stock air box? Thinking of getting one for the cold air intake cause i got a long filter on my car but i dont think its a CAI
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also going to get the 70 mm throttle body and egr spacer, help with more air flow. Then after that get the bbk shorty headers for better exhaust flow..
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I have the 76mm with a cold air intake with BBK MAF works really well. Also have the BBK shorty's with off road x pipe with dumps. I love how the car sounds but I might be losing a few HP because of no back pressure.
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You have a fox which means you can still get the FRPP stainless shorties. Get them instead of the BBK and get the ceramic coated FRPPs. They will cost more but the quality isn't even in the same universe.

Also all your MAFs will be the same configuration so don't worry about that.
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Okay. Cause I ordered the 70mm throttle body and the 76 mm maf. With the BBk cai. . Will the 76mm and 70 mm throttle body work with that or am I going to need adapters for the air tubing?

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They work but the bbk cai sucks at least in my experience. The tubing is way too narrow between the maf and the tb.

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Thanks scotty! so im assuming the short pipe from the maf to the throttle body is bad? it seems as long as it fits with the maf sensor not rubbing on anything or in danger of getting broke then it should be fine. Not being sarcastic im just trying to figure out, its a good point of view on it being short.. im just wondering why its a bad thing.
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Its not too short its too damn narrow and it corrodes too easy too. Honestly I don't like BBK as a company. They are a step up from the cheap ebay stuff but that isn't saying much. Everything you want to know about them as a company you can get from their 2V longtube design. Kink the primaries so the steering shaft can get by vs doing it properly. Busch league...
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Yeah I typed to quick. I understood what you meant after I sent the message. This will be the first crap I get from them so I'll have to see how it goes..

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