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Densecharger and a ProM 800mm?

Anyone running a densecharger and a Pro-M Mas air? Are they compatible, I know they recommend using the factory Meter on the site but I jsut picked up a Pro M unit and would like to utilize it if I can. My Densecharger system should be here in a week, I will test with ProM and the factory unit in place and see which one I like better, depending on which I like better I may have a Prom80MM MAF OR a densecharger for sale
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Edit, this is the 100mm meter forward Densecharger with the new MAF to TB unit that John has recently developed on a 96 Cobra.

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John told me it should work. I've just got the system on an hour ago with the stock meter and it feels like it picked up a little. It was a PITA to try to get the filter in the down position, mainly because I didn't have jack stands and couldn't get any leverage on the lower pipe. I've got it in the up position now. I've also got a ProM 87mm on the way and will put that on when it gets here. John said someone else was running it but could only run it in the up position. Hope this helps.

The reason it feels like it took a lot longer was because I spent over an hour getting my emissions air pump out of the right fender so I could try to run it in the down position. But like I said before I couldn't get it on.

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Yeah, it'll definitely work. It's actually the best setup for Densecharger. If you want more power, get a WMS powertube to go on the Densecharger w/ pro m. Again, talk to John, he'll tell ya everything.
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SSSSS, the install was a little bit of a bear for me too. Until I actually used my brain, and went from underneath. I think the instructions could use a bit of improvement. The pump was not a hassle for me. I placed the filter in it's down position. The improvement was *VERY* noticeable. L8R
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Re: Densecharger and a ProM 800mm?

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Densecharger and a ProM 800mm?
DAMN!!! I didn't know they made an 800mm PRO-M!!!

Don't stand too close to the front of that car - you could get sucked-in!!!!!


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DAMN!!! I didn't know they made an 800mm PRO-M!!!
Wow, that's an 8 meter/24 foot mass air meter! I guess it mounts on the roof?
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I wonder how much airflow it would be to peg that meter?
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I've been running the Densecharger 100mm system and the TB to MAF tube for several months now with the Pro-M 87 that was calibrated for the WMS with no check engine lights or problems
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ummm if 100mm is like 4 inches, how is 800mm 24ft?? more like 3 or 4 ft.

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Yeah, 800mm = 0.8m = 0.8 x 39.37= 31.496 in = 2.6246... ft.
But still, you could possibly get sucked in playing with the t/a.

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willrace4food:
Did you have jack stands when you did the install? I'm sure I could do it if I did have them and another pair of hands, but with me and my girlfriend I didn't have any leverage to work on it.

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Do you have the densecharger in the up or down position? John had told me that it might not work in the down position.

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Yeah, 800mm = 0.8m = 0.8 x 39.37= 31.496 in = 2.6246... ft.
Oops, I was thinking in centimeters. Crazy metric system.
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SSSSS, no jack stands here. I wish I had them though. I also did it by myself. If your girl is there to help you, then it'll be easier. There is a hole kinda behind the fogs. You need to be on your back and looking at the car to wiggle it in there. There is plenty of room (in my car at least) to position the tube in it's downward position. You have to pull away the plastic shroud and wiggle it in there. Let me know if I made sense.
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Yeah I know what you're saying. I tried to do that yesterday but my problem was that I couldn't get the two pipes together tight enough. I couldn't get it to where I could screw the set screws in. I've heard that I can only run the thing in the up position with the ProM 87mm anyway, so I'll just leave it there for the next week until the meter gets here. Thanks a lot.

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Re: Re: Densecharger and a ProM 800mm?

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DAMN!!! I didn't know they made an 800mm PRO-M!!!

Don't stand too close to the front of that car - you could get sucked-in!!!!!

O course they do - where ya been??
Thanks all for the replies! I should have it in a few days.

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O course they do - where ya been??
Thanks all for the replies! I should have it in a few days.

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Let us know how it works-out - I've been considering a similar set-up to replace my C&L.

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