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Owner: Doctor DeBo
Year: 1992
Model: Mustang LX
Mods: Heavy
State: GA
Type: Nice Weather
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Sharon Manduley's 1997 Mustang Cobra
One of our newest members Sharon Manduley, is one very lucky lady. Not only is she the new mother of a healthy baby boy but she is also the enthusiastic owner of a beautiful Cobra. As if that wasn't enough, she is married to a man so wonderful he is the barer of both gifts! Yah, makes me sick too. haha! Brian Manduley brought Sharon to my attention, telling me of the graduation gift he built and gave to his adored wife, a 1997 Mustang Cobra. As her cool vanity license plates tell, Sharo...
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[04/26/2001] C&L Performance Releases 76mm Mass Air Meter


C&L Performance recently released its all new 76mm Mass Airflow package for 86-93 Mustang 5.0 vehicles. C&L''s Dyno testing and development indicates the meter can help maximize performance on your 5.0L Mustang. Featuring the exclusive "TrueFlow" intake pipe, the entire inlet tract from MAF to throttle body retains a full 76mm diameter throughout, unlike other designs that C&L claims can hinder airflow.

The cast aluminum TrueFlow pipe comes with a boss cast in it for those wanting to use nitrous oxide without damaging the stock rubber intake hose. Dyno testing on a mildly modified 5.0 with 19lb fuel injectors showed a gain of ~16 rear wheel horsepower and ~19 ft/lb of torque. C"L claims that on an 11-second vehicle with 24lb injectors, the package can be good for between 3 to 5 more rear wheel horsepower than other meters. Suggested price for the entire assembly is $219.

Click here to see a dyno graph comparing the new 76mm unit to the C&L 73mm unit on racer, John Hartman''s, LX 5.0.

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