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    Twisted Tuning tmap sensor adapter for mounting on intake manifold

    Not sure what the purpose is but Twisted Tuning was gauging interest for this adapter:

    Just curious if there is a market for this. Some time ago we made an adapter for mounting both Tmap sensors on the intake manifold. Ran it on our car for months off and on

    Just wanted to see if anyone needs it or if there is any demand for it.
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    This was something I did to test something on my car. its just to move both tmaps to the manifold. Mainly for people with PI kits. to solved the "let off" boost spike overfueling issue people talked about a lot. made it like a year ago, ran it on my cars for several months off and on. May have been placebo, but boost felt more responsive on both N54 and N55.

    But again, mainly just for PI users. some people want small things like this. so figured Id ask if anyone wanted it.
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    The TMAP by design should be in front of the throttle body. When throttle closes the boost control system expects to see boost increase not decrease.

    To solve the port injection issue the controller should be smart enough to include gas pedal and throttle inputs in it's logic path.
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    Agree with Terry on this, any PI controller (AIC or whatever you're using) should have a dedicated MAP sensor in the correct location (intake manifold, not charger pipe)

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    either way, it was something i made for myself to play with. And it works without issue on N54 and N55 both tested to 25psi without any ill effects. car actually drove better. This was posted to see if anyone wanted it, since i had it available. and is a way around having to add a 3rd map sensor and continue to use whats already in the car.

    Amazingly, since posting it, there is really a demand for it. At least more than i thought there would be.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by TwistedTuning Click here to enlarge
    either way, it was something i made for myself to play with. And it works without issue on N54 and N55 both tested to 25psi without any ill effects. car actually drove better. This was posted to see if anyone wanted it, since i had it available. and is a way around having to add a 3rd map sensor and continue to use whats already in the car.

    Amazingly, since posting it, there is really a demand for it. At least more than i thought there would be.
    Well that's good. Seems cleaner than a 3rd map sensor regardless.

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