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Sensors for GTRLINK

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Hi guys, 

I have ordered a GTRLINK. I have the LINK IAT Sensor, LAMDA Sensor and extension harness. I know I need a Oil/Temp (combined if possible) sensor and MAC Valve. Can you guys please advise which ones I need to use as I want to use only quality parts. 

Thank you. 

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Does anyone have an idea what sensors I should use? I think the Honeywell Oil Sensor, but it looks like it only does oil pressure not temperature as a 2 in 1

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The only combined oil press/temp sensors I know of are the relatively new Bosch ones:  https://www.bosch-motorsport-shop.com.au/liquid-pressure-temp-combined-sensor-10-bar-140-de

For the MAC valve, there are a few similar part numbers that will work, a common one is 35A-ACA-DDBA-0BA.  Make sure you get it from a MAC dealer as there are many very poor quality fakes about.

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1 hour ago, Adamw said:

The only combined oil press/temp sensors I know of are the relatively new Bosch ones:  https://www.bosch-motorsport-shop.com.au/liquid-pressure-temp-combined-sensor-10-bar-140-de

For the MAC valve, there are a few similar part numbers that will work, a common one is 35A-ACA-DDBA-0BA.  Make sure you get it from a MAC dealer as there are many very poor quality fakes about.

Hi Adam, thank you for replying. 

Do you know if the oil sensor you listed is compatible with my GTRLink and both functions of sensor will work? 

I cannot find a dealer of the MAC valve, I can find them on eBay as "Genuine" but seller not sure if sensor is when asked. 

https://www.pneumaticsolutions.com.au/review/product/list/id/4399/

Would selecting the 35A-ACA-DDBA-1BA option be correct? 

Sorry for being difficult about this, I just want to make sure I am buying the right parts. 

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