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Old 11-22-2015, 03:34 AM   #1 (permalink)
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hello all
i install my turbo now
but i have iat sensor like this


how can i pull it to the intake
cause if i will boost this will fly out..
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Compresser inlet or get a screw in b20 or z6 type.


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Buy a threaded IAT sensor from another Honda and swap the plug/connector if necessary
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just drill into your piping and jb weld it in, i did that and it holds good 1,5bar/22psi is no problem.
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Thanks all,
Any body know the hole size for the senso
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Hey guys I had this problem too, I found a quick and easy solution. What you need to do is drill a 7/8 hole with a step bit in the charge pipe near the throttle body and buy a plastic compression cord connector from a electrical supply store. They come with a lock nut, o ring and are oil resistant. The iat sensor fits right inside and once it is tightened its not slipping out.

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Hey guys I had this problem too, I found a quick and easy solution. What you need to do is drill a 7/8 hole with a step bit in the charge pipe near the throttle body and buy a plastic compression cord connector from a electrical supply store. They come with a lock nut, o ring and are oil resistant. The iat sensor fits right inside and once it is tightened its not slipping out. - Jordan Robillard
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