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Nerd Media posted a topic in G4+Hi all, I have a 1999 Nissan Silvia S15 (SR20det) and I will be installing a LinkECU G4+ plugin ECU in a couple of months. I'd like to run a IAT Sensor however im unsure which one would appropriate based on the options available on the LinkEcu website. http://dealers.linkecu.com/IAT1-8_2 Or... http://dealers.linkecu.com/IATB_2 Any ideas? As for wiring, could I use the MAF sensor wiring? alternatively what would be the best way to wire it all up to the ecu? I do have the XL loom (As im also running: oil temp, oil pressure fuel pressure). Dane
I am tuning Subaru STI 2011 with G4+ Fury. EJ207 Turbocharged engine. I am planning to add a intake air temperature sensor to my car. In the PCLink help, it says that Bosch 0 280 130 085 is recommended for turbocharged vehicles. I can see that Air Temperature Sensor (IATB) looks similar to this sensor. I already have a 1/8" NPT mounting boss in my car so Air Temp Sensor (IAT1-8) could be easier to install. I found that Bosch 0 280 130 085 's thermal time constant is around 5sec. But I couldn't find the thermal time constant value for IAT1-8. Is IAT1-8 is fine for turbocharged vehicles? Or should I use the IATB? http://dealers.linkecu.com/Products/temperature Best regards.
Hi ! I'm new here so i hope this post is in the right place. (Sorry for bad English. I'm from Sweden). I'm installing a G4+ Extreme Black om my Volvo with a Volvo B6284T Engine. and i'm using a Volvo standard ECT and a Bosch 0 281 006 059 for MAP/IAT. I can't get my ECT and IAT to show the same temperature as the outside temp. The outside temp is 4⁰c and the ECT shows 7⁰c and the IAT shows 9⁰c Does it have to be more precise ? This is the Voltage and Resistance from the Volvo ECT that i can find: NTC Resistor Bosch NTC standard is not that different. But will it work with Bosch NTC standard when it shows 3⁰c too high ? And the IAT. I can't find any information about what Resistance it gives. it shows 5⁰c too high.