Join Date: Feb 2011
Location: Edmonton, Alberta Canada
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To me when you have the probe in the down-pipe your always saying to yourself "oh yah my exhaust entering my turbo is actually 200 degrees hotter" so why bother mounting it in a location where the response time is so much slower. I've seen on a truck which had probes in both exhaust manifolds and the down-pipe that when the exhaust manifold hit the "time to back off on the throttle" that the down-pipe temperature continued to climb even though the exhaust manifold was several hundred degrees cooler. Sure, a probe in the down-pipe is better then nothing but IMO not at all the best location for it.
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