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Old 04-30-2006, 01:56 AM   #11
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Looks like it does have a bit of a sharper bend, but it still looks good, and I'd use it!

Like the sound Hans?
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Ummmm....doesn't that IAT sensor need to be plugged into the intake? It'* just hanging there....what gives?

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not sure where you see that IAT, but most good filters have a spot for them in the filter.
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Ummmm....doesn't that IAT sensor need to be plugged into the intake? It'* just hanging there....what gives?

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not sure where you see that IAT, but most good filters have a spot for them in the filter.
I made a hole in my custom CAI for the IAT. Seems to be the best place for it. You can place the IAT in a cool place under the hood, and your timing will be advanced as a result, but that'* not a good idea most of the time because your intake air will usually not be that cold, and it will lead to the pcm pulling timing due to knock retard.
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Ummmm....doesn't that IAT sensor need to be plugged into the intake? It'* just hanging there....what gives?

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not sure where you see that IAT, but most good filters have a spot for them in the filter.
I made a hole in my custom CAI for the IAT. Seems to be the best place for it. You can place the IAT in a cool place under the hood, and your timing will be advanced as a result, but that'* not a good idea most of the time because your intake air will usually not be that cold, and it will lead to the pcm pulling timing due to knock retard.
I plugged it right in the filter where it belongs...
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Haha, good man.
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wow nice, i got to fix mine, its to close to the Rad..
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wow nice, i got to fix mine, its to close to the Rad..
Yeah I really like where mine is placed. I had to lose the double washer tank in favor of a single one to pull it off though. I'm still wondering if I should move the charcoal canister and make a new CAI, hmmm.
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