Jet’s Powr-Flo Mass Air Sensor for Ford

Is Your Rig Fighting For Air?

The JET Powr-Flo Mass Air Sensor delivers a kick to your Ford’s performance, models 250 and above. The factory sensor has a restrictive point that limits the full potential of aftermarket cold air intake systems. That’s where this sensor comes in handy and without restriction!

Quick Intro Video from Jet Performance

The flow bench tested the design of the JET Mass Air Sensor provides airflow increases of up to 45% and installs in 10 minutes or less. Compatible with other aftermarket upgrades such as computer upgrades, cold air intakes, TBI spacers, free flow exhaust systems and more! With an average consumer rating of 4.2 Stars, this product is nothing less than a blast of fresh air for your truck and your wallet.

Watch This Easy Installation Video

Customer Review


Very easy to install, about 10 mins. Great air flow, good power. Works great with cold air intake and Flowmaster exhaust.- AutoAnything

The Mass Air Flow Sensor Explained
Great technical explanation of how a hot wire Mass Air Flow Sensor works:

Here is a video featuring the Powr-Flo in a 2015 Chevy Siverado

Powr-Flo Features

  • The JET Performance Power-Flow increases airflow up to 45%
  • Made by flashing a fit-tested factory-original sensor with advanced programming
  • Increases fuel economy, low-end torque and horsepower
  • Installs in minutes with no drilling or cutting
  • Your JET Performance Power-Flow Mass Air Sensor is backed by a 1-year warranty

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    17491 Apex Circle

    Huntington Beach, CA 92647

    ABOUT Jet Performance Products®

    Jet Performance Products was started in 1968 by Mike Jones. The company developed and tuned carburetors for some the top names in Drag racing, NASCAR and Off Road racing. They have developed a huge array of products that fit over 40,000 applications and continue to release new products to improve the performance of today’s cars and trucks every year.