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Default Anyone know anything about NEC/Schott MAF sensors?

I'm looking into trying a replacement MAF sensor after many months of TSing my code PO102. I've pretty much narrowed it down to a failing sensor. Question is, are NEC sensors reliable? I've heard horror stories about the Cardone/Niehoff replacements that have a shoddy sensor inside a remanufactured housing. Are the NECs the same story? I'd hate to have to wait for shipping on a Delco from Rock Auto. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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