Originally Posted by sponaugle
Yes, I'll correct it for the two downpipe. Indeed the AEM intake was pretty warm... or more to the point the sensor reads pretty warm. The actual air temp was not that hot, but the sensor heat soaks.
I looked at the logs before and after the foglight, and there was very little difference. A few hp, but nothing huge. Run to run variance was a bit more due to temp changes.
Ah. so does that mean that the heat soak of the MAF does not matter so long as the air-charge is really not soaked? I don't know enough about the changes the computer is making based on a registered air charge. It would seem to me one could get much more out of the turbo if the actual and perceived air temp were close or the same measurement.