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Old 08-28-2009, 08:24 AM   #1
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Default IAT mount for silcone hosing?

I want to mount a GM IAT sensor in the silicone hose before the TB, is there a nice mount available to do so?
Devil's Own do a very nice piece to mount their water injectors in silcone hose, HERE, is there anything similar on the market that would fit the IAT?
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Old 08-28-2009, 09:48 AM   #2
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I'd reconsider doing it just before the TB, I and several other members did that and while it is the best location to probe IAT, in our cars the radiator heat soaks the sensor and throws off its readings.
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Agreed. I would consider drilling and tapping a hole in the outlet of the intercooler. If you have a metal line anywhere between the IC and the TB, you could tap a hole there, as well.

In my case, the cold side line is routed through the fender so I put it there to prevent heat soak.
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