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Old 11-13-2013, 06:42 PM   #1
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Pro Flow to Pro M Sensor Mass Air

So my Mass air Sensor burned out. Im now Going from Pro Flow, which is old I know, Mass air sensor to replacement. if I buy a ProM will that be more compatible with my computer or does it matter? I know alot has changed since ProM became ProM, Do I require a tune? Don't know what computer I currently have either. I do know I have a 70mm throttle body a 75mm intake and 30lb injectors. Can I buy any brand and just get it calibrated to what I have?

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Old 11-14-2013, 10:38 AM   #2
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Is this a dumb question? Anyone?
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Is your car currently dyno tuned with your existi4 pro flow meter ? Its possible that pro m has the old transfer data on file for for there old meter. Id try giving the a call and see what they say, they do repair and recalibrate old and new meters but im sure you know this already. Id stick with pro m. Ive ran my pro m since 2000 and its worked flawlessly
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aw thanks yeh I knew that but The sensor actually has a bubble burned through the silicone and circuits so...I called pro m but they don't seem to be much help. I offered to send the old sensor in to match a new one or fix old but no go.
Will probably just buy a new pro m sensor with the correct calibration and hope it works.

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Thanks for the reply btw! And yes I love ProM, this meter has been great, up until recently....
Anybody run BBK MAS?
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