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Old 05-24-2006, 12:51 AM   #1
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Default IAT wire gauge, is going bigger bad?

I was doing the cai install & i used a larger wire gauge than the iat already had, is this going to have any negative effects or do i need to use the same gauge to extend the sensor?
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Larger gauge wire won't make any difference really...as long as you're somewhere within the normal gauge....

Not like using 8 ga. or something...LOL
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