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Old 08-29-2012, 09:17 PM   #1
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Re-Locate the IAT sensor on jrsc (SVT)

I have a SVT with the JRSC w/BBK. I would like to re-locate my IAT so my tune will be more accurate. Anyone relocate there in the manifold and I'd so, where. I'm also thinking about installing the 2.95 pulley from pulley boys.

Anyonre running with this pulley on there SVT and anyone relocate there IAT sensor.

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Old 08-29-2012, 10:05 PM   #2
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I relocated mine to the driver side of the manifold. If you already have the bbk I wouldn't push that thing much farther considering its not intercooled. I'm running a water/meth setup on mine but I'm nervous to run anything more then the bbk pulley. Thing is a heat maker haha
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Can you send me a pic. I was hoping there was an existing port I could use. I know I'll never make the same power as a turbo, but I like the OEM look I currently have. Do u think installing an air/air innercooler would make a difference.

Lasts?, what kind of temps are u seeing.
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I'll take a picture tomorrow of the sensor. They do not make any kind of cooling for the jrsc so the intercooler idea is out of the picture. And its true I love the stock look also. People don't know what you have til you mash the gas and hear the whine. I'm not sure on the temps. Ill get back to you on that one
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Don't waste your money on that pulley. Yours is already 3" so why spend money on one thats not even going to net you 1 psi?
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Don't waste your money on that pulley. Yours is already 3" so why spend money on one thats not even going to net you 1 psi?

Very true
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What about water/meth, for a little extra at WOT. Anyone have good results. Thanks for the input on the pulley. It is suppose to arrive tomorrow (FedEx), but base on your feed back, I'm sending it back.
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WM will help some with safety but thats about it

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I'm already going to re-locate the IAT, so my tune will be based on real temps and not a guess (map sensor). With that being said, is it worth spending money for a WMI set up. Did you get the pics I sent from work.
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Yes got the pics , didnt get the log tho

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