1986-93 Mustang V8 76mm Mass Air Meter

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  8002

86-93 Mustang 76MM 19lb - BBK Cold Air Calibration

$249.99  
  8003

86-93 Mustang 76MM 24lb - Factory Air Box/BBK 1556

$249.99  
  8004

86-93 Mustang 76MM 24lb - BBK Cold Air Calibration

$249.99  
  8005

86-93 Mustang 76MM 30lb - BBK Cold Air Calibration

$249.99  

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These BBK Performanace Parts is NOT currently CARB emissions certified
CARB EO is Pending: This Part cannot be shipped into California

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The engineers at BBK have just released an all new line up of high-flow Mass Air Meters for owners of the popular 1986-1993 Mustang V8 models or those enthusiasts who are retrofitting an EFI motor into an early muscle car or street rod.

Starting with an all new 356 aluminum casting, each unit is powder coated then fully CNC machined to exact specifications before being fitted with one of BBK’s new electronically calibrated mass air sensor modules to ensure an accurate air/fuel ratio for the best possible performance potential. Dyno testing has shown up to 15 RWHP gains while maintaining an accurate air/fuel ratio, unlike some competitor’s units that are not electronically calibrated that may fail to maintain the all important air/fuel ratio.

Calibrations are available for Standard - FAB (Factory Air Box) or CAK (Cold Air Kit with Fender well mounted air filter- Elbow) Please Note: Cobra models require a custom calibration Special Order - Please call us for more information…

Note :
Customers with a BBK 1556 Cold Air Induction System will use BBK 8001 or 8003 Mass Air Meter calibrated for a Factory Air Box.


MAF TRANSFER FUNCTION
For Tuners:
The transfer function needs to be generated using the following equation.

"New injector flow rate” divided by “original injector flow rate”. Then multiply the air flow values in the original MAF transfer by this number.

Most tuning software will let you highlight the entire air flow column and then multiply buy that number to generate the new air flow values. The voltage values are not changed