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Originally Posted by TurboKraft View Post
Only one air temperature (AirT) sensor should be necessary, and that's post-intercooler, measuring the temperature of the air entering the engine. Trim tables are setup based on temp, usually adding fuel and pulling timing as AirT rises.

As for ambient AirT, that information may be interesting, but what are you going to do with it?
You've already compensated for it in your tuning using the post-IC AirT sensor.
My plan is only to use one air temp. The post-intercooler one. The original question was based on prior statements that the IAT should be taken close to the metering plate.
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