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My question is would this MAF sensor pass smog in ca and would my car be considered a "cobra" requiring a custom calibration for this MAF with the following mods... BBK cold air intake, Customized BAMA Performance ECU chip, 75 mm throttle body, cobra intake manifold, 24lb injectors, (stock heads) (stock cam) BBK shorty headers, flow master exhaust. (Soon to have SVE radiator with dual electric fan kit.) Anyhow I'm just about to complete my project under the hood and just want to be completely sure everything works in harmony with each other and that I can still pass smog. Everything I've put in so far is ca street legal... thank you for your time... Aaron
Asked by Aaron P. from Ridgecrest | Comment 0 0
this mass air meter does not have a carb E.O. number, so we can't guarantee its legal for use in California. it should work well with your combination, though. if you're using a stock mass air meter now, then it should make a noticeable gain in horsepower. likewise, if you're currently using a stock mass air meter, your chip will no longer be needed once you install this meter, as it's calibrated to work with your 24lb injectors.
Answered by scott s. from hewitt | Comment 0 0
I have a 76 MM on my car, came when I bought it. Car only has 19lb injectors.... Sputters put of fuel if hammered on. I want to upgrade to 24.... I need to buy a new mass air meter for it? Even if it's already 76? My first time upgrading a fuel system not sure what to do..
Asked by Paige D. from Ashtabula | Comment 0 0
If you are upgrading injectors, you do have to run a maf that is calibrated for those injectors. This will be the correct calibration for 24lb injectors.
Answered by Karson S. from Hewitt | Comment 0 0
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