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    Intake Air Temp For Guys With Loggers

    With a Fizzle Intercooler and stock charger what temp are you seeing above water temp? I also have Open Loop and the intercooler is the first thing the water is routed to
    Temp Today was 85
    Water Temp Couldn't have been over 80
    I was seeing 100 almost the entire time of riding and would only see a swing of 1 degree +or-


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    With a 137 wheel and a Gen 3 that's about what I see and I live right down the road from you. the iat sensors are very unresponsive in these things

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    Quote Originally Posted by Branden View Post
    With a 137 wheel and a Gen 3 that's about what I see and I live right down the road from you. the iat sensors are very unresponsive in these things
    Do you have openloop?

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    if you have a Blue sensor then its very slow to react but wont breake.
    if you have a green sensor then faster to react but will break..

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    Quote Originally Posted by VTECH.SE View Post
    if you have a Blue sensor then its very slow to react but wont breake.
    if you have a green sensor then faster to react but will break..
    At what point will the ECU start pulling timing from 2 hot of temp? I have The Blue

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    100 degrees

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    And no no open loop

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    Guess I need to check mine and see if it's in range. I don't see why it would be so warm with the open loop. I remember is winter when the water was about 75 degrees so was my intake temp.

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    If you're routing the water to the intercooler, then the head, you're losing out on some of the cooling capabilities of the intercooler.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JFizzleJR View Post
    If you're routing the water to the intercooler, then the head, you're losing out on some of the cooling capabilities of the intercooler.
    Please let me know how you would do this. I just followed Rivas open loop cooling instructions

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