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AEM Electronics Intake Air Temperature Sensor
Features & Product Details
RallySport Direct carries a great selection of aftermarket data sensors brought to you by AEM Electronics.
This is the AEM Electronics Intake Air Temperature Sensor. This sensor is an imperative component when it comes down to fine-tuning the performance of your vehicle, and the AEM unit is available for those of you who need to monitor the intake air temps, or if you simply just need a replacement.
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This was the top/probably only suggested sensor to run with my speed density setup by several reputable tuners in the northeast. 4 months in my running build and haven't had any issues. I will update my review as time goes on and/or if I see any failures.
Replaced oem IAT sensor , works great
This will be the 3rd sensor I have gone through on my speed density set up and currently one is being diagnosed by AEM themselves. I feel like the position of the sensor in each AITS is positioned a bit differently and possibly affecting the read out. Getting the Air intake Temp data logged is important and to be off by 10 should not be. Each degree is crucial to the life of the motor specifically the alternator dealing with cranking the car over as a non functioning AITS can cause prolonged start up times. what has to be realized is that parts are parts and can fail upon arrival , if I had the choice to do it all over again , I'd go right to GM and get a quick responding AITS.
QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
Q: How far does the sensor need to protrude from the mounting location? KornShaDoW0977 years agoHow far in does the tip of this sensor need to protrude into the piping? Can it be flush, 1/8,1/4" or does it have to be fully in stream with the air? I'm asking for accuracy, since the least protruding the better for flow and less turbulence.
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A: It is recommended to have the sensor tip in the piping as much as possible for the most accurate readings. The tip will not create much turbulence or restrict flow.Zach G. @ RallySport Direct 7 years ago
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