Join Date: Nov 2008
Location: Dallass, Texass
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Thanks to the posts put up by mikeyChallenger Heat soak eats 20+ lb/ft of torque!
and rayzazoo http://www.challengertalk.com/forums...-solved-63343/
My car is a dog in 85+ degree weather, esp with the A/C on, so I was really excited about trying the new 392 IAT sensor PN 05149279AB.
It was $3.50 and plugged right into my gray connector and into my RoboFab air tube. Today was the real test as I go home for lunch, the car heat soaks, and I drive back in 90+ degree humid temps. The new sensor really made a difference I could feel. This is in the stock mounting location. Eventually I'll get the extension cable and relocate to the air box.
Thanks for the research guys as the heat soaking was one of my biggest complaints about the car.
I can't wait to see if cooler weather performance is better as well.
(I wanted to put something with a "heat soak" subject in this section for exposure.)
^^^ There's the part number bro, from any dealer.
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Studies show; PCP is highly ADDICTIVE in 6-speed form!