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willtel willtel is offline
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Originally Posted by philip j View Post
That's interesting... at what location would you place it? I'm looking for a alternative to the 1 wire Bosch sensor I've been struggling with... Philip
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Originally Posted by dos531 View Post
Let us know how this goes. I would definitely try this out if I didnt already have a turbokraft cht kit ready to install.
I'm not exactly sure where I'm going to put it yet. At the rate my project is progressing I'll let you know how it works out in about 3 years.

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Originally Posted by TurboKraft View Post
Their disclaimer is worrisome:
"This is not meant to act as or replace a proper cylinder head temp sensor"

Why sell it then?
Think of it as a warm up enrichment sensor rather than a CHT sensor. It is accurate to about 260 which should be enough to get through the warmup cycle. A true CHT sensor like those used on piston aircraft would have an operating range closer to -40 F to 500 F.
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