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Old 05-24-2005, 06:08 PM   #1
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80mm MAF question...

I snagged an 80mm MAF from a MarkVIII, will this MAF work with most cold air intakes from 96+ with the flange to mount the tube to the MAF?

planning on making a modified stang CAI work with the MAF conversion on my turbo coupe
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don't know off hand, measure it see how close it is.
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according to picture, the flange appears to be the same, but not as large as the MAF itself

when i find a measuring device (tape measure), ill get some measurements
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The ford 60, 70, 80, and 90mm mafs all have different flanges, same shape, just scaled up in size.
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so i take it that ill need to buy the cold air, then hack off the flange on it, and use a flange for the 80mm? correct?
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so i take it that ill need to buy the cold air, then hack off the flange on it, and use a flange for the 80mm? correct?
70 and 80 are close enough that you can probably drill out the holes and use smaller #10 machine screws.
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