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Old 08-20-2019, 03:53 PM   #1
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I have an 01 RS. They’re map based with the IAT and MAP in the same sensor that is bolted to the intake manifold. I’m tired of heat soak and showing 140-150 intake temps when I know the air coming in is much cooler than that.
Is there a way to wire in a separate IAT sensor that I can install in the inlet tube so I can get an actual intake temp reading?

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I have an 01 RS. They’re map based with the IAT and MAP in the same sensor that is bolted to the intake manifold. I’m tired of heat soak and showing 140-150 intake temps when I know the air coming in is much cooler than that.
Is there a way to wire in a separate IAT sensor that I can install in the inlet tube so I can get an actual intake temp reading?
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