Good-Win Racing Mazda Performance Parts

MSPNP IAT Sensor Kit - Aluminum Bung

1990-2005

Miata 1990-2005 · Forced-Induction · Optional Accessories


Part Number: 61-0345

Application: 1990-2005

Price: $29.00

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MSPNP IAT Sensor Kit - Aluminum Bung
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MegaSquirtPNP IAT Sensor Kit - Aluminum Bung This is a simple kit to make it easier for you when removing your AFM/MAF when using a MegaSquirtPNP unit that supports this option-- currently this kit has been designed for use with the MM9093 and MM9495 MSPNP units, surely it will be useful with other models as they are released.

It includes: Proper 3/8" NPT Aluminum Bung and plug (weld on) Open Element IAT Sensor, uncrimped with three pins (1 extra, just in case) 8' of wire (enough to place your sensor within 4' of your AFM/MAF connector) 3 male pins to fit your AFM connector (1 extra) For removal of your AFM/MAF using this kit see your MSPNP Manual.

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