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06-15-2012 06:26 AM
Jgrove998
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Originally Posted by 1turbofocus View Post
Here is why I dont like the WM hitting the IAT sensor , the WM doesnt cool all the air to the temp that once the IAT gets wet shows the ECU it is at so a good bit of timing could be added back in but the air isnt actually as cool as the IAT shows , this could be an issue and cause an engine failure

Tom
Thanks for the correction Tom
06-14-2012 09:41 PM
Andrew T
What location recomendations?

Hi
I drawn by myself(sorry I'm not good at it)
Ive had relocation my IAT which is orange arrow.
So Where is best place is cooling air?
I only can figure out those 2 blue arrows to locate.
Many thanks!!!!
06-14-2012 01:01 PM
1turbofocus Here is why I dont like the WM hitting the IAT sensor , the WM doesnt cool all the air to the temp that once the IAT gets wet shows the ECU it is at so a good bit of timing could be added back in but the air isnt actually as cool as the IAT shows , this could be an issue and cause an engine failure

Tom
06-14-2012 10:09 AM
Andrew T Thanks you guys!!!
So It really confuse me again....
How different with before and after?
Btw,
Hello Tom
Ive upgraded SCT livelink 6.5 and try again by myself.But It still freeze like last time we did.
06-14-2012 08:51 AM
1turbofocus I would put it after the IAT

Tom
06-14-2012 06:09 AM
Jgrove998 IIRC you would want the WMI before the IAT so that the ECU can adjust for the cooler charge temps. You are not going to tune for the WMI but the car should be able to tweak itself based on the charge temps.

Someone correct me if I'm wrong...

Edit: See Tom's post below
06-13-2012 10:56 PM
Andrew T
WMI Nozzle location before or after IAT?

I know this is old issue
But I still need to know.
I know the Nozzle location should be after the blower.
And Ive relocated my Iat to intake manifold on back side.
Anyone knows where is exactly WMI nozzle will be locate?
Thanks alot!

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