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52-1217

1/4-28 O-Ring Seal RIFE Hi IAT Air Temperature Sensor M5 Connector 40 to 485°F (52-1217)

Racing Use Only, Not Legal for Road Use

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1/4-28 O-Ring Seal RIFE Hi IAT Air Temperature Sensor M5 Connector 40 to 485°F (52-1217)

RIFE "Hi Temp" IAT / Intake Air Temp Sensors are perfect for 40°-485°F temperature ranges of intake air temps. These sensors feature ultra-fast response thermistors which are not only faster but more accurate than traditional EFI sensors on the market. Fast response times and accurate readings means more accurate adjustments to your tune for a safer and more reliable tune-up that you can count on.  

The Hi-AT sensor series is typically only used for turbo and blower cars as an IAT sensor and for compressor outlet temperature measurement.  Due to the high temperature ceiling it has, the resolution at lower temperatures will be greatly decreased. They are also acceptable for other applications around the vehicle that require an extended temperature range. The Hi-AT sensor is optimized for accuracy and resolution in the 40°-485°F temperature range.

Features:

  • 1/4-28 O-Ring Seal
  • 15x Faster Response Time
  • 3x More Accurate Readings
  • Machined and built in house
  • 40 to 485°F
  • Hard Anodized CNC Machined housing

Please note: this will not work with Fueltech or Haltech ECU. For these ECU please use part number 52-1201 or Click Here . These standard IAT are able to be configured and run as a "Hi" version from -5 to 450 degrees F.

Calibration Setup for EFI Systems Click Below Links

Click: Fueltech

Click: Holley

Click: Haltech

Need a different thread pattern or electrical connection? Check out our full line of Air Temp Sensors HERE

Please note: Thermistors do not have a certain polarity. So when wiring, wire color or pin location on our sensor does not correlate or require specific configuration. 

General Calibration Info

HI IAT Temp Sensor Calibration Info

Learn about the benefits of a fast acting intake air temperature sensor

Learn more about proper IAT positioning as well as tips and tricks by watching this video.