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Old 06-05-2005, 04:57   #1 (permalink)
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air in take sensor postioning for eb 5l

I've got a eb 5L putting AU manifolds on wondering if it will run alright with the air intake sensor placed in the plastic air intake tubing like that of a AU 5L
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Re: air in take sensor postioning for eb 5l

It will run fine, you may actually pick up a tiny bit of power as the sensor will read cooler.
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Re: air in take sensor postioning for eb 5l

Good to see your getting things happening jason, I tapped mine sensor into the underside front of the upper, just had to extend the wiring a bit. But any where 'secure' in the intake tract (with air flow) will do the job.
If you have the car ready by the 22 june, alot of us are headding out to willowbank, weather permitting, to give our new set-ups a test.
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