3/8" NPT RIFE Standard IAT Air Temperature Sensor M5 Connector -10 to 335°F (52-1207)
RIFE - 52-1207
Racing Use Only, Not Legal for Road Use
3/8" NPT RIFE Lo IAT Air Temperature Sensor M5 Connector -10 to 335°F (52-1207)
RIFE Standard IAT / Intake Air Temp Sensors are perfect for use in the range of -10 to 335°F. 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 mean more accurate adjustments to your tune for a safer and more reliable tuneup that you can count on.
This IAT sensor is typically used for naturally aspirated and intercooled turbo or blower cars, but are acceptable for other application around the vehicle. This sensor is optimized for accuracy and resolution in the 0°-210°F temperature range.
- 3/8" NPT thread
- 15x Faster Response Time
- 3x More Accurate Readings
- Machined and built in house
- -10 to 335°F
- Hard Anodized CNC Machined housing
*Note: Unlike most Motion Raceworks family of products, these sensors like most electronics are not 100% Made in the USA. While we diligently attempt to source all US electronic components, we have not been able to source everything domestically.
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***The Hi-AT sensor series is typically used for turbo and blower cars as an IAT sensor and for compressor outlet temperature measurement. 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.***
Calibration Setup for EFI Systems Click Below Links
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
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.