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I figured I would make this thread outlining all the options you have for MAP sensors so everyone would know all the choices that are out there.


First up is the DIY stock enclosure sensor. This goes on your tb in place of the stock sensor (obviously this won't work for those of you with a firewall mounted map, we have options for you though, look further down in this thread).

We have these packaged with 2.5, 3, or 4 bar sensors, all for the same low price of $75.

For more info:
http://www.xenocron.com/diy-xenocron-map-sensor-kit-p-336.html

These are also available for K-series on our site.



Next up we have the Hondata 4 bar, which is basically a completed version of the above DIY sensor. If you can't solder, this is the option for you. These are $130 ($140 for K-series), more info can be found here: http://www.xenocron.com/catalog/hondata-4-bar-map-sensor-p-324.html






Here we have the popular GM style 3 bar, which is $65 and comes with a new plug for you to wire in. A fairly simple install, but it will require that you cut your factory harness unless you make some sort of jumper/conversion. You will also need to mount the sensor and run a boost/vac reference line to it.

Sorry the pic is so small, here is the link for more info: http://www.xenocron.com/catalog/3-bar-map-sensor-kit-gm-p-195.html





Next we have the GM style 3.5 bar, for those who need a little more boost than the 3 bar can support (extra handy if you already had the 3 bar wired in since these use the same plug). More info: http://www.xenocron.com/catalog/35-bar-map-sensor-kit-p-295.html







Here are AEM's sensors, available in 3.5 and 5 bar, which must screw into your intake manifold (some aftermarket manifolds already have ports that will work for this, others will have to tap their manifold or use an adapter or barbed fitting). These are $139. More info here:http://www.xenocron.com/catalog/aem-map-sensor-p-266.html






Here is one of our most popular sensors, the Motorola 2.5 bar. At just $35, its one of the most affordable options for those seeking more boost than the stock sensor can handle. These will support up to 21.75 psi. You must run a line to the sensor and find a way to mount it, but for the price its tough to beat.
http://www.xenocron.com/catalog/motorola-25-bar-map-sensor-kit-p-194.html





Another affordable option is our 3/4 bar sensors that we assemble here ourselves. They are $45. They work very well, but are not as easy to mount as some of the other options. The interesting thing about these is that they are small enough to fit into a hollowed out stock casing if you want.

http://www.xenocron.com/catalog/xenocron-30-40-bar-p-216.html




These are also available in a DIY version for $25:

http://www.xenocron.com/catalog/xenocron-3-4-bar-diy-map-kit-p-217.html



I think thats about it, feel free to ask any questions.
 

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Its the time of the year to get a bigger map sensor so you can be ready to up the boost when it warms up again :punk:
 

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Ya tha MJ smiley was baller.

Got my 3 bar from you guys. Great service as always:TU:

*I miss the thumbs up smiley too. :(
 

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bump from the dead...even if you don't buy from us I think this is good info about the different options that are out there.

-Jay
 
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