Compression Ignition Addict
Join Date: Jun 2008
Location: PROCTORVILLE OHIO
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I'm debating the same
Put it in the drivers side manifold = you only get temps from one rail
CON= if an injector sticks open on the passenger side you won't
even know it till it's to late.
Put it after turbo you get true reading from both rails
Put it before turbo you get true reading from both rails.
Not sure what I'll do just wait till the weather gets better and look over all areas well.
Probably before turbo and after both rails or just make it simple after turbo
top of downpipe and drive it stock to get true temp reading towing and normal driving temps.
Then go from there with a programer and a watch it close.
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