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You talking about that hose? I was told it could be blocked off. I don't think they have that on the JDM cars. If you really want it, find a competant place to weld on an aluminum nipple in the same location. Is saw it done on Tri-Point's car. I tried to have that done at RR&R and the just glued in a square brass angled home depot plumbing thing. It looked like total **** and did I mention they glued it in?
Easy stuff man, just splice the wires. You don't work on your own car do you? The AIT sensor heat soaks in its stock location. So I'm moving it so I don't have inaccurate temperatures during hot start or at least not for as long as in the stock location. High temperatures at the AIT and cold incoming air could cause you to go lean and Kaboom after starting a hot car.
I was thinking about moving the AIT further away from the throttle body as the Greddy elbow feels a bit thicker there.
If you have relocated your AIT, where have you relocated it to on the Greddy elbow? Looking for possible locations and where the casting has the most meet for tapping.Thanks
Since I'm still using the stock elbow, I'm not sure if this is exactly what your looking for but FWIW I relocated mine here. It's protected by the alternator bracket and engine hoist bracket. I considered putting it nearer the bend at the TB, but was afraid it would interfere with accessing the oil filter. Not sure about the Greddy elbow, but the stock elbow was just thin enough that I could get a thin nut on the inside.