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    Default Relocating IAC sensor post blower

    I've got a V3 on a 1998 gt and I'm wondering if I could drill a hole into the intake pipe post blower and use the grommet to relocate my IAT sensor for a more accurate reading?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtang98 gt View Post
    I've got a V3 on a 1998 gt and I'm wondering if I could drill a hole into the intake pipe post blower and use the grommet to relocate my IAT sensor for a more accurate reading?
    My IAT is on the air pipe going into the throttle body on my 1998 GT setup.
    That’s the only place it should go IMHO.


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    Yes, you can relocate the IAT sensor to the charge pipe going into the throttle body. Have a threaded bung welded to the pipe. If you use a grommet, the sensor will just get pushed out.
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    I am also running methonal so in a perfect world it would be after that but I have the meth injection pretty much right ar the throttle body.
    For the threaded bung would i have to use a Chevy style IAT?

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