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    You mentioned the TB waterbypass, relocating the IAT to the CAI box. Could you point me in the direction where I can get info to do this.

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    For the TB Bypass go to figure 8...from there it is the same for your 04 GTO.....just go to Home Depot and get youself some clamps and 3/8" copper splice thingy....or order the kit....doesnt matter.....
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    Relocate your IAT for sure....Go to NAPA and get a IAT sensor for a 2004 Corvette ( Like $12 bucks).....it will come with the connector and pigtails....I got a little KN type ricer filter from AutoZone ( $3 bucks) that fit the IAT sensor perfect....splice and soder your wires and that extends your IAT....now put it away from the engine bay area as far as you can...if you have a stock air box...I'd drill a lil hole in it and stick it in there...if you have a aftermarket CAI you can do what I did....it really makes a difference with heat soak......
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    hey sarge, can you do the same thing with an LS-2?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 05gtoautoX View Post
    hey sarge, can you do the same thing with an LS-2?
    Yup....a little different though as the IAT connecter is part of the pin out in the MAF sensor....no biggie though....Parts you'll need........
    1) Intake Air Temperature (IAT) Sensor
    - GM P/N 12160244 or AC-Delco 213-243
    2) Connector with wires
    - GM P/N 12102620
    Pull the MAF sensor out and peel back some of the tape....you'll see
    a brown and brown w/ yellow stripe wires those are the IAT connector wires. Grab the wires down by the "Y" in the wiring loom....
    Splice and solder your wires......and relocate to a cooler spot. Big help with heat soak....

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    Thanks Sarge, appreciate the help you give me

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