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Old 03-29-2004, 06:14 PM   #1
the Dabbler
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Default Intake temp on MY00-01 2.5RS

Does anyone have intake temp numbers on a close-to-stock MY00-01 2.5RS (or later; i.e., a MAP version), as reported by the ECU?

I have a turbocharged RS with a laughably small intercooler, and I'm trying to get some baseline numbers to evaluate the IC's effectiveness. As I recall, my OBDII scanner reports intake temp numbers, so I'm looking to compare to an NA 2.5RS.

Thanks in advance.


To preempt some posts:

Yes, I know I can buy thermocouples and a reader from Radio Shack (or borrow even better ones from my lab at work), but I'm lazy, and if an OBDII scanner can tell me what I want to know, I'd just as soon use that data.

And yes, I know to get a real picture I'd have to get temps before and after the IC, and with and without the IC, etc. But I still need the normally aspirated baseline, and I'm hoping someone would have that data handy.
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Old 03-30-2004, 12:21 PM   #2
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With the stock intake it averaged 110.
With the Ganzflow it averaged 95.
With my own design that used the hood scoop I got down to 80.
With the AEM shortram it averaged 125.

Hope this helps
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Old 03-30-2004, 12:55 PM   #3
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With the stock intake it averaged 110.
With the Ganzflow it averaged 95.
With my own design that used the hood scoop I got down to 80.
With the AEM shortram it averaged 125.

Hope this helps
Exactly what I was looking for! Thanks a lot!
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