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Old 07-10-2009, 09:02 PM
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where does the pyro go?

How far does the actual probe go from the turbo? previous owner installed guage and ran pyro and zip tied it to the frame.
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your guna wanna put it around your drive shaft to get correct readings.
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Old 07-10-2009, 09:10 PM
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oh thanks man. ill install that tomorrow
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(I made a funny!) Most people drill and tap the exhaust manifold youll get the best readings there. some guys install it after the turbo but your exhaust cools down too much by then.
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oh boy not another. he we go round 1. after the turbo. get ready to duck.
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I guess after the turbo would be better than knowing how warm your frame was.
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Old 07-10-2009, 09:29 PM
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haha just put in your exhaust manifold....if you do put it behind your turbo most are about 200-300* cooler after turbo.....so just add that to the temp you see....


haha frame temp

i bout shot mt dew out my nose when i read that...
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well think about like this, what ever gunk you got on the frame will be cooked off.
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