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Old Fri, Jan-13-2017, 07:23:40 PM   #11
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Default Re: ESS IAT Sensor Relocation

Add watermeth. Look at my previous. build. I maxed my SC out. 633RWHP 5th gear..... take some tips from there. Nothing wrong with placing it there. Get rid of that bosch IAT sensor. They read slow. Get an AEM one. They read really quick and make our Ms adjust quickly. With sensor there you won't see an improvement. All it'll do is throw a bit more fuel. Heat soak can be prevented on SCs. With the one nozzle prior to SC and 1 nozzle after, will help you not just prevent heat soak but gain more RWHP on same tune. Read my previous set up. Will help you out a bit. Went turbo now. Different game. Basically did the same concept 1 nozzle prior and 1 nozzle after. On the SC set up i placed the nozzle directly behind the temp sensor..... them majic happens. Good luck son.


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Default Re: ESS IAT Sensor Relocation

Quick question, I bought a used vf570 kit it did not come with the wiring harness for the water pump or the IAT sensor, On the IAT sensor there was no indication of polarity . Can someone tell me which colour wire goes to which pin on the a iAT sensor?

I have the car in running order but have the two wires on bullet connecters so I am able to change it easily . I just want to doublecheck that it's reading the right temperatures.
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I don't think it matters since it's just a measure of reosstsnx between both leads is it Not?
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