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Old 09-04-2014, 01:47 PM   #29
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Shift or not

A wise old friend gave me this insight: At the driver's seat you can see what's ahead and the trans can only see what is now so if you see a hill ahead maybe you should downshift in prep for the climb. Has worked for me.

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The Turbo inlet temps are read off the OBD link with a computer connected or complete system from Silverleaf and others. It is the temp after the air has been compressed and has been through the air charge cooler. So it is the temp of the air right before it enters the engine. Turbo inlet temp is a little misleading but that is the common term. Randy.

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Misleading? Incorrect is the term. From your description, what is being read is intake air temperature at the intake manifold.

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