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Old 05-08-2010, 09:36 AM
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I was wondering if anyone had the right settings to use with the stock intake temp sensor. I want to get the car up and running on the stock intake sensor before I install the turbo.

If anyone has a good 3 bar, stock injector map, that would be awesome too.
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I measured it when I was going to hook it up as the aux temp input to see how much my intake heat soaked. Here are the figures I came up with:

Measured data:

Temp Resistance

5 4370
27 1845
42 1073

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Temp ADC
-30 3,342
-25 3,184
-20 3,008
-15 2,816
-10 2,612
-5 2,400
0 2,186
5 1,973
10 1,766
15 1,570
20 1,386
25 1,217
30 1,064
35 927
40 806
45 699
50 605
55 524
60 453
65 393
70 340
75 295
80 257
85 223
90 195
95 170
100 149
105 130
110 115
115 101
120 89
125 79
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awesome, thanks
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I am bumping this thread. Can anyone confirm these Air Temp ADC's? I need to know for my 99 Miata. Thanks.
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Temperature F / C Resistance In Ohms
-4 / -20 16150
104 / 40 1150
176 / 80 330
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just put in your GM calibration and use it for the stock sensor.
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Thanks for the responses. Didn't want to take any chances, so we ended up boiling the sensor last night and calibrated the values accordingly. The range is good for 0 to 100 Celsius incase anyone else wants them.

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you sure on those values? Those look awfully different than saboteurs values.
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Is this for the iat that is from the msm? The one right before the throttle body? I'm looking for that curve
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Originally Posted by giveme6bux View Post
Is this for the iat that is from the msm? The one right before the throttle body? I'm looking for that curve
No, it's for the one in the stock airbox (or stuck in the end of the cone filter if you have an AEM intake).
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