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Old April 28th, 2008, 09:44 PM   #1
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anyone know what size mass air flow meter cam on a thunderbird supercoupe. the supercharged one.
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Old April 28th, 2008, 09:47 PM   #2
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what do you mean what "size"
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like 70 mm or 80 mm. i have one and was thinkn about swappin out my broncos for the supercoupes
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oh got ya.....

nope no idea.. sorry
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i wouldnt mess with it tho if it reads different youre motor may not run very well
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I can go measure the one on my buggy (stock supercoupe), but I think it was 65 or 70mm. people who run built 3.8s with high-flow superchargers run 80mm or 90mm MAFs
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ok. since urs is an 80,before i bought it, i wanted to see if without a custom tune if my truck would flip out. my truck is pickey i unplugged my mass air workn on the truck plugged it back in and for 2 day had problems gettn it runnin right.
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but the stock bronco one cant be to big.
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