- Aug 13, 2003
Just wanted to get some opinions on C & L MAF meters. I was also curious about whether they use the stock sensor because none of the pictures of their pieces show a sensor included on the pipes.
must b a stang said:Had a C & L 73mm and had nothing but problems with it, had to order a pro-m once that was installed the car ran great. Also talked to C & L and they dont stand behind there product, i bought from CJ pony they were great, they gave me a store credit. CJ PONY called C & L and got no where.
Insane3D said:When I was installing new injectors, I called C&L to inquire about if I would be better off getting a sample tube for my 73mm, or get the 76mm/powerpipe combo. I talked to a guy named Lee, and he spent a whole hour talking to me about what I had done to the car, what I had planned in the future, and giving me quite a bit of info. In the end, instead of trying to sell me the 76mm/powerpipe, he told me I'd be best off with a sample tube for the 73mm, and even offered to give me free shipping on one. I'm not sure what companies you have dealt with, but in my experience, you don't get that kind of service from most places. Isn't Pro-M out of business now? How many people are out there hangin now if they need to get their Pro-M recalibrated?
Just my .02...
Rick 91GT said:Lee is the owner of C&L and he is a very nice guy, I've talked with him in the past.
Pro-M has reopened under a new name, and they are recalibrating meters only right now , but should be producing them shortly.
87mustang347 said:fo all u that are using the 76mm meters with there power pipe, what is the rest of your intake track on. i just got mine today and i was thinking about putting a huge filter on it like a buddy of mine has but insane3d just said that it wont work rite qith that setup