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Question by Kim Herfurt
Submitted on 11/3/2003
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I have a 2000 Tundra.  I purchased a resistor that bypasses the Intake Air Temperature (IAT) sensor from E-bay.  Does anyone one know where the IAT sensor is and has anyone had any experience with the installation of this sensor.  The manufacturer claims a 20 Hp boost in performance.

Answer by crazyoldcoot
Submitted on 2/11/2004
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I just purchased the same thing, I have a nissan 200sx and it actually made my car slower. My 0-60 time was lessened by about 1 to 5 tenths of a second. i am contacting the company now and seeing what they have to say


Answer by Krazydy
Submitted on 10/16/2004
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Man you two were taking for a long ride donw a short road. That resistor thingy don't work. If anything it will slow you down and cuase you to waste more gas. I would go with a cold or intake or a short Ram air intake system if you want more power.


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