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There can be as much as a 400 degree plus difference between readings in the manifold to readings post turbo. Manifold is the best place, there's a good (read: easy to get to) location in the drivers side manifold just before it mates to the up pipe. The manifolds are easy to drill and tap, just pack the tap with grease so you don't get chips in the manifold, they will damage the turbo. Make sure to run the probe wiring away from the rest of the exhaust.
'96 F250 4x4 Ext Cab, 5 speed. K&N FIPK - modified to use 6637; 3" downpipe, 6" stack; Beans modded IDM; Beans stage 2s; shimmed FPR; exhaust brake; 6 position TS; locked 4.10s
'93 F250 4x4 regular cab long box. 7.3IDI nonturbo/E4OD 8' Western. STAYING STOCK
'65 Pontiac Tempest, 406ci chevy small block, TH350 with shift kit, 2700 stall converter.
'01 HD XL1200S - Lots of Screamin Eagle goodies
'96 Tbird LX V8
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Last edited by overl0rd; 05-24-2006 at 08:08 PM.