There are a few ways to build your own mass air for the Lightning.
One is to use an A9L and piggyback the stock Lightning PCM for tranny controls. The Pro-M setup does this. Can also use a Baumannator to control the tranny in conjunction with the A9L. And we all know that there are a variety of ways to tune an A9L. You'd just need to grab the wiring diagrans and build the appropriate jumper harnesses to tie 'em all together. Connectors can be had for cheap in some boneyards.
Another way is to use the VEX1 PCM from a '95 SEFI 302 F150 with the E4OD. This will match up with the factory Lightning emission controls and be "as if Ford would have done it in the first place". Part number for this computer is F5TF-12A650-HB. It must be a VEX1 catch code. All you need to do is either re-pin the stock underhood 60-pin connector and add sequential injector and mass air meter wires, else make an inline jumper harness to do this. It is definately be the cleanest method, IMHO. Anyone who burns Autologic chips should be able to get the software, else, the EEC-Tuner works to tune 'er in. Rumor has it that the TwEECer support is coming soon.
Final method is to use that California Bronco PCM deal that the Motorsport kit uses. However, the emissions controls don't quite match, but if you don't use emissions stuff, it doesn't matter anyway. You can build a jumper just like with the VEX1.....that's what Motorsport sells in their kit. And custom chips and the EEC-Tuner are there for tuning support.
I may build a few harnesses of the VEX1 setup in the near future if there's interest for it. Or if anyone wants to do this themselves, shoot me an email and I'd be glad to try to talk you through it. [email protected]
That said, unless you want to run a wicked cam, mass air isn't absolutely necessary in these days of custom tuning of speed density.
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