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ZL1/CTSV what kind of IAT2 (discharge) temps do you see?

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Old 09-01-2015, 06:30 PM   #1
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Default ZL1/CTSV what kind of IAT2 (discharge) temps do you see?

How much timing do they really need pulled at 140, and say 180 degrees?

I have a car here only making 10 psi but Im seeing IAT2 temps well into the 180+ range which seems rediculous high.

Car has cam, tiny headers and 10% overdrive crank pulley.
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Always check and make sure the intercooler system doesnt have a air pocket in it... only picks up 20-30 degrees over ambient now...
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