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    #61
    Oh nice, that would have been good to know last year!
    Norbie!

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      #62
      Yeah, telling me too. I only found out about it just then.
      Chris
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        #63
        Originally posted by takai View Post
        Just FWIW Mazda use the Bosch pressure/temp sensor and so it is available through them cheaper than direct from Bosch https://www.amayama.com/en/part/mazda/py8v18541b
        Any idea what model it is used on? Wreckers run maybe

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          #64
          3, 6, CX3,5,9 apparently.
          https://www.onlinemazdaparts.com/p/M...Y8V18541B.html
          Chris
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            #65
            I’m pretty sure the fancy combined Temp/Pressure one is a fairly recent arrival so don’t ask a wrecker for one unless you have the exact year pegged down. All the early engines in the 3 and 6 were simple idiot light switches
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              #66
              2016-2020 apparently.
              Chris
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                #67
                the connector they use is the worlds biggest cunt

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                  #68
                  I haven't got around to wiring mine up yet, sounds like I'm in for some fun!
                  Norbie!

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                    #69
                    I didnt find them too bad, crimped easily with the Engineer crimpers.
                    Chris
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                      #70
                      What is the go with bosch knock sensors? I have read there is both narrowband pre-filtered and wideband what has confused me is the part numbers/pricing i have found range from $60 each to $120 each and I have no clue the difference or what is required for my JZ engine.

                      Bosch part number 0261231188 - $37 from Taarks
                      Bosch KS4P "wideband" - $76 - Platniuim racing products
                      Bosch part number 0261231006 - $60 from Supercheap

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                        #71
                        Originally posted by takai View Post
                        I didnt find them too bad, crimped easily with the Engineer crimpers.
                        try depinning.

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                          #72
                          Originally posted by 080GMH View Post

                          Any idea what model it is used on? Wreckers run maybe
                          https://www.efisolutions.com.au/bosc...-sensor-10-bar then they come in stock, they were available a few days ago. Not sure how good it is to mount it on the engine for oil pressre/oil temp but fuel they would be awesome, some much less wiring and space
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                            #73
                            I'm not so fond of the combined pressure and temp sensors, but for pressure only you can get these speedflow hose ends (240-03) which the sensor can screw in directly and has a C-clip for semi-budget remote mounts.

                            https://www.efihardware.com/products...e-sensor-mount

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                              #74
                              Can get expensive if you need multiple sensors for say Oil, Fuel and Water pressure though.

                              Anyone try out the cheap $25 sensors and have any issues with them?

                              https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/150PSI-P...frcectupt=true

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                                #75
                                Originally posted by 080GMH View Post
                                Can get expensive if you need multiple sensors for say Oil, Fuel and Water pressure though.

                                Anyone try out the cheap $25 sensors and have any issues with them?

                                https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/150PSI-P...frcectupt=true
                                Yeah. I used those back when they were $100 and the Honeywells were $300, shook themselves to bits in the race car even when remote soft mounted.
                                Chris
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