Originally Posted by adfields
Just to answer your original question, you can extend the wires if you want. I did it and put the sensor in the air flow as close as I could to the stock configuration. That way it's reading the temp of the air going into the motor and not the engine bays temp. I don't think wind chill is a factor at all to a sensor, X degree air is X degree air moving or not as I see it. But like they said it's not enough temp deference to effect anything very much at all, you would never tell the difference without looking for it on a scan tool.
Thanks adfields, I think I will just tie it back for now unless I have a problem. Seems to me that since the air in the engine bay is exactly the air being sucked thru the filter into the turbo it has to be the same temp unless the fan from the turbo is cooling it somewhat from flow. I`m like you, I don`t think there would be that much difference. Thanks again for the reply