Mustang Pro-M Mass Air Flow Meter
This is a Pro-M 75MM mass air meter for your 1994-1995 Ford Mustang 5.0L equipped with 24 LBS injectors. These mass air meters include the electronics that some other companies leave out making for a quick 'Plug -and-Play" installation. This is a great way to bolt on 8-15 extra horsepower.
This part number is designed to work with a stock air box!
This Pro-M mass air flow meter does not come with a CARB OE number for California residents.
If you want to run a stock airbox then there is no doubt that this meter is the way to go -considering its high quality tune. However, in order for it to actually fit inside the stock housing the MAF's body must be sanded down a bit and the housing must be cut for a larger opening. This is not a deal breaker, but out to be mentioned.
Yes, I would recommend this item to a friend!
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nice upgrade but...
juan m. on
Good upgrade but took about 3 weeks to be delivered to my home then turn out it doesn't fit in the stock air box so you have to modify. So it's not a direct bolt unless you modify great upgrade overalll.
Pro-M Racing was founded in 1989 by Bob Atwood, a Ford engineer who was instrumental in pioneering mass air technology. Pro-M quickly became the most respected name in the industry, offering the only real practical solution to the restrictive production mass air meters found in most of today's production Mustangs. We manufacture mass air meters in various sizes, shapes, and styles, as both direct bolt-in replacements, and in universal designs, to maximize your engine's horsepower potential, by allowing your engine to breathe to its fullest potential. Each mass air meter is individually calibrated specifically for you Mustang or Lighting application on one of our in-house flow benches specific to your particular application, and fuel injector size, eliminating the need for time consuming and expensive dyno tuning. Others make claims, but only Pro-M Racing possesses both the intellectual and physical properties necessary to calibrate your mass air meter to within two percent of what the OEM considers the perfect baseline.