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  1. I'm just in the process of putting the finishing touches on my WRX and I'm going to need an IAT sensor. I have a spare 1/8 inlet on my manifold post TB, or I think I can weld an aluminium IATB boss into my TMIC endtank? Just trying to work out what my best option is cause it seems like IATB is the best move, but I'm not exactly sure where to mount it. TIA
  2. Tim D

    Knock and IAT

    Hi... Please could someone advise on a Det query on Impreza STI? I spent a lot of time setting up knock control (frequency analysis, det cans, inducing controlled knock etc...) and got a really responsive setup and running completely knock free. This was in the summer months when it was 20 degrees C. Now it's colder (freezing), on occasion, the system detects a single knock event around maximum torque (5500 rpm, 240 kpa, see attached). Would you use the IAT Ign Trim table to resolve this? It's currently set to remove timing at high IAT only (see attached). Thanks
  3. I have a v5 STi with OEM IAT. I bought a GM IAT and installed it just before the throttle body. Should I use the expansion connector or should I snip the OEM IAT and wire it to the GM IAT?
  4. 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
  5. 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.
  6. 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.
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