If you do decide to purchase a maf sensor from pmas,I would call the company directly to order,so you can talk to the tech dept first to make 100% sure you get the correct sensor for your application.
Dont you run 24lb inj,an Anderson Power Pipe & a conical filter now or no?? I know the filter setup is important when they do the calibration to the sensor electronics, so its information they need to know when they're recommending which maf you need.
That link you posted is a 80mm maf
w/19lb calibration w/stock airbox for a Ford thats currently running a 80mm maf.
So you might need a maf with a cai or conical filter calibration,but they're the experts that can tell you that.
There are several other mafs listed specifically for 94-95 models.The only ones I listed below are the black finish mafs.
80mm/24lb/stock airbox/with a flanged 70mm maf installed currently/94-95 Mustang
80mm/24lb/cold air intake/with a flanged 70mm maf installed currently/94-95 Mustang
80mm/19lb/cold air intake/with a unflanged 55mm maf installed currently/94-95 Mustang
80mm/19lb/stock airbox/with a flanged 80mm maf installed currently/Fords
**The description for the maf above stated to use part number MH80-19 if you are running a conical filter,but that number maf isnt shown at all on the site.
Numbers like MH80A-19/MH80B-19/ MH80FA-19/MH80FB-19 are shown,but no MH80-19**
I would definitely call them.
I actually emailed them earlier today.
I’m using Vortech’s induction setup and 19#’’ers. The filter attaches to the MAF w a clamp and there’s a collar that slides over that attaches to the stock maf’s flange.
I’m assuming I want their cone filter style maf. I guess/hope the flange the where it bolts up is the same size as the stock one.
I wonder if the difference in calibrations between the air box style and cai type are in the electronics or the housing? I hope their “19# calibrations” aren’t too far off from stock to where it causes tuning issues. Seems like the maf’s should be/would be pretty much stock like. I didn’t see a 75mm, I think that size would be better suited for my asthmatic top-end. The stock maf is 70mm and the opening on the intake manifold is 60mm or less. BBK and others have 75mm I know, but I’m not paying $250+ for a maf. What makes the Pmas look attractive is the price. It’s $109, a new Duralast is $85, and a reman is $65. I’m not really expecting any more power out of the deal. But surely it’d be of better quality than the parts store stuff. I just hope the whole calibration thing works out right since it’s been dyno tuned.
I see that the one for a cai is unflanged. I need a flange, I think? Or maybe it’ll work if I don’t use the collar the flange goes to.
I’m going to call them, but I think this is the one I might need. It’s the 80mm for 19’s and cai. The description says it doesn’t have a flange but the one in the picture has one. I think I’ll be able to use one with or w/out one though. I’m going to wait and I get any cold hard cash for X-mas this year before making a purchase. http://www.pmas-maf.com/product/mh80...-intake-black/