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Old 06-30-2005, 02:14 PM   #1
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Default What sensor for intake air temp(post intercooler)?

I'm trying to make a controller to spray water at the IC when the intake air temp (post intercooler) reaches above a set limit. What temperature range would you expect the air to be at? What sensor should I use. Thanks.
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You could probably just use a GM Intake Air Temp sensor. And depending on how good of an intercooler you are using will determine when its heat soaked and you should start spraying water. If i was to take a guess, anything over 150 degrees. about double atmospheric temperature depending on where you live. If you set it too low it'll be spraying water all the time. And too high it'll never spray. So you'll just have to experiment with it
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