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Old 04-14-2008, 06:57 AM   #1 (permalink)
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so i guess most of you that are boosted know the IAT sensor is in a bad spot on the z6 intakes, it heat soaks easy and then fibs to the ecu , in my case hondata, about the actual air temps, so i wondered if any one has moved it to the charge pipe or found any other method to make it more accurate.
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I'l be watching this 1, i was only thinking the same earlier, i hardly run any AIT correction because of this. It's very slow to react as well.
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Why not run a resistor "hack", an' plug the sensor port?
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Why not run a resistor "hack", an' plug the sensor port?
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