What did you do for your Terminator today?

CobraBob

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Thanks! Most definitely does, it's like day and night (literally lol) and I don't think they stand out too much. I was very worried it would modernize the car too much and take away from the mid-2000's of it, but think they're subtle enough until it's nighttime.
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The sensor is plumbed in between the intercooler hose. I just spliced it and has worked perfectly.. I'll take picture tonight
Also whats the disparity between that temp and your IAT2??? My IAT2 sensor is always heatsoaked from cruising around and I know its not the real temp of the coolant. I am back on just the KC with no heat exchanger plumbed in. I was running both the HE and the KC for a while but without an actual reservoir temp I couldn't really ever come to a consensus on which was better so I went back to jut the KC for the last few years.
 

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Also whats the disparity between that temp and your IAT2??? My IAT2 sensor is always heatsoaked from cruising around and I know its not the real temp of the coolant. I am back on just the KC with no heat exchanger plumbed in. I was running both the HE and the KC for a while but without an actual reservoir temp I couldn't really ever come to a consensus on which was better so I went back to jut the KC for the last few years.
I've never data logged the iat's, but in summertime I'm generally always 15* under Ambiant and I have it plumbed going through the factory intercooler.

Heat soak is never an issue after 3 mins and system cools down again.
 

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The sensor is plumbed in between the intercooler hose. I just spliced it and has worked perfectly.. I'll take picture tonight

This sounds like an interesting way to mount the sensor. Looking forward to the pic as I have been looking for a good way to mount a sensor to monitor water temps.
 

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