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Old 05-28-2007, 04:24 PM   #1
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Just curious what temps you guys are seeing with your air charge temp sensors in the LIM after the SC in the warmer weather now?
Also what pulley are you running?
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The only member here running a temp sender in the LIM is 2000Silverbullet. All my temps are external, and those sensors are still on last year'* SC (going on the SLE soon with last year'* Zilla LIM).

I'm currently running 2.5'* on both cars, but that doesn't have much bearing on what you're after. SilverBullet'* LIM temp data won't mean much to you either. He lives in a much cooler climate near the coast.
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I should have mentioned it.... I posted over here for a guy on CGP who was wondering.

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Didn't Boosty put in a temp sensor?
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Didn't Boosty put in a temp sensor?
That thought just crossed my mind when I replied to Will.

Boosty!?!?!!?! Where are you?
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Right here...I'm here.

Yes..I've got a temp sensor. Been battling other issues..time being one of them. Need to run a wire and program the Aeroforce. Then I'll have some numbers.
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With 50 F outside temps, after the car warmed up the LIM air temp stabilizes at 110 F with a 160 stat and a 3.4" pulley on a GenV......equivalent to a 3.2" Gen3.
Give it some boost and the temp shoots up to 160 F. If I use my water injection, it cools to 85 F.

It should be a linear temp increase based on outside temps so if the temp is at say 90 F, then I would expect to be running at cruise LIM temp of 150 F and with some WOT blasts it could rise to 200 F............but not if my water injection system is used. That will cool it back to 120 F or so.
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Paul...what IAT temps are you seeing at these outside temps?
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My IAT readings are within 5 F of outside temp.
When I was referencing temps I was reading IAT values.
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