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    N54 TMAP sensor connector - Part numbers/source?

    Does anyone know of any part numbers I could use to find a female TMAP sensor connector? I want to try out my AEM 3.5bar map sensor and want to avoid splicing into any wiring on this car. I'm looking for something that would allow me to build an adapter to plug my AEM sensor into the stock TMAP connector.

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    I just noticed your sig...you have a BW S366 on your car? We need more info PRONTO!
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by DefactoM6 Click here to enlarge
    I just noticed your sig...you have a BW S366 on your car? We need more info PRONTO!
    Its' not mounted in the engine bay quite yet, but should be within the next 3 weeks or so. I created the single-turbo manifold in some CAD software and need to find enough free time to weld it all together. I also need to find some stock oil lines to weld A/N fittings to, or machine my own fittings for the oil feed/drain and coolant block-off.

    My stock turbos are starting to smoke more and more everyday, which is pretty embarrassing, so for now the main goal is to take care of that problem by getting rid of them.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by r45t4335i Click here to enlarge
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    That looks like the male side of the connection, although I could be wrong since I haven't looked at it in person any time recently. I'm looking for the sensor side of the connection, without the sensor of course. I assume something like that exists from some other threads I found, but haven't come across any part numbers for it.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Roy Cormier Click here to enlarge
    manifold in some CAD software
    I like the sound of that!

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    So I also just found a post with some talk of IAT being related to the TMAP in some way? If thats' the case I guess I'll have to use the N20 sensor, although I would still need this connector I'm looking for. Damnit.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Roy Cormier Click here to enlarge
    Its' not mounted in the engine bay quite yet, but should be within the next 3 weeks or so. I created the single-turbo manifold in some CAD software and need to find enough free time to weld it all together. I also need to find some stock oil lines to weld A/N fittings to, or machine my own fittings for the oil feed/drain and coolant block-off.

    My stock turbos are starting to smoke more and more everyday, which is pretty embarrassing, so for now the main goal is to take care of that problem by getting rid of them.
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    And yeah that 5599 looks like a male connection, and it looks cast in. I'll ask my Master Tech buddy if he knows of any comparable connectors, but I think an N20 sensor is prob the easier route
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    Check out the connector on your engine harness that plugs into the TMAP sensor. It should have some markings on it that indicate the manufacturer and maybe the connector series. I think I remember a lot of the IP67 connectors on the car being made by Tyco/Amphenol.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Roy Cormier Click here to enlarge
    So I also just found a post with some talk of IAT being related to the TMAP in some way? If thats' the case I guess I'll have to use the N20 sensor, although I would still need this connector I'm looking for. Damnit.
    yeah dude you need temp and pressure. TMAP sensor does both. N20 works fine though Click here to enlarge Proven route.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Roy Cormier Click here to enlarge
    So I also just found a post with some talk of IAT being related to the TMAP in some way? If thats' the case I guess I'll have to use the N20 sensor, although I would still need this connector I'm looking for. Damnit.
    If you're using the N20 sensor, @Terry@BMS sells a PNP adapter for $25 + shipping.
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    Just use the N20 3.5 bar sensor and our adapter. Works nicely. Click here to enlarge
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Terry@BMS Click here to enlarge
    Just use the N20 3.5 bar sensor and our adapter. Works nicely. Click here to enlarge
    Cool, I may order one soon. I wonder if I can do MAP off the AEM and IAT off the stock sensor, I just had it laying around from another project so I figured I'd see if I could find a use for it. But I want this to be a clean setup so I'll most likely pick up an N20 sensor. Just planning for the future, where maybe someday my boost won't be limited with the Cobb AP.
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    I need this sensor and your adapter but didn't see your adapter on your website...help!

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    Just use the N20 3.5 bar sensor and our adapter. Works nicely. Click here to enlarge

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by BMW335E93 Click here to enlarge
    I need this sensor and your adapter but didn't see your adapter on your website...help!

    Here

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    Thanks!!!

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    Guys I need your help in getting the name of the male connector as this is the same connector on JB4 and stock engine connectors and it happened that the MAP connector got some rust on them so I want to change them asap, I got the part number but it's for the whole wiring connection system which is very expensive, any help appreciated !!

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