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alright so today i finally put my new podercoated cobra intake on my car but i still have to run with the stock throttlebody and maf im just curious how much of a power gain do you think im going to see if i throw on a 75mm throttlebody and a 76 mm maf vs the stock stuff lol.
 

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alright so today i finally put my new podercoated cobra intake on my car but i still have to run with the stock throttlebody and maf im just curious how much of a power gain do you think im going to see if i throw on a 75mm throttlebody and a 76 mm maf vs the stock stuff lol.
Measure the opening of the cobra intake... Pretty sure it's a 70mm. I have an explorer intake that was ported and I have a 70mm. But if you swap those both out you'll probably gain a solid 10-14 horsepower.

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Measure the opening of the cobra intake... Pretty sure it's a 70mm. I have an explorer intake that was ported and I have a 70mm. But if you swap those both out you'll probably gain a solid 10-14 horsepower.

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glad to hear it ill be buying underdrive pulleys as well so im hoping for a good solid 20 hp out of all of it
 

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Hopefully that 76mm isn't the C&L mass air meter, or you'll be talking carb again before you know it. And for underdrives, I strongly recommend the March Power and Amp series as you shouldn't have charging issues associated with most UD pulleys out there.
 

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Hopefully that 76mm isn't the C&L mass air meter, or you'll be talking carb again before you know it. And for underdrives, I strongly recommend the March Power and Amp series as you shouldn't have charging issues associated with most UD pulleys out there.
no im not going anywhere near a c&L i may end up going to a 80mm pro m maf
 

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no im not going anywhere near a c&L i may end up going to a 80mm pro m maf
80mm pro-m is a great choice. You can always grow into it.

I personally have a C&L and don't have issues with it, but my car is also dyno tuned.

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80mm pro-m is a great choice. You can always grow into it.

I personally have a C&L and don't have issues with it, but my car is also dyno tuned.

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Even a broken clock is right twice a day, referring to your c&l.
 

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Hate to dig up and old thread, but I do have the C&L one... it's not currently on my car, as I was trying to chase down my smog issues, but all is better now.

Should I sell the damn thing? Is it really that bad? If So, why?
 

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Hate to dig up and old thread, but I do have the C&L one... it's not currently on my car, as I was trying to chase down my smog issues, but all is b etter now.

Should I sell the damn thing? Is it really that bad? If So, why?
I wouldnt use it. But over on corral there are mixed reviews, there seems to be many that use them with out issue. But in my opinion, its not worth chancing it.

My vote is pro m
 

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Hate to dig up and old thread, but I do have the C&L one... it's not currently on my car, as I was trying to chase down my smog issues, but all is better now.

Should I sell the damn thing? Is it really that bad? If So, why?
Sell it and grab a Pro-M. Like I said, I have one and it's fine. But I've heard of others having problems :(

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Liquidate that C&L, I have a C&L for sale if that tells you anything. Tried like hell to make it work too, wasted a lot of my time and a lot of my tuners time. Running a slot style meter now if you're curious.
 
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