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OAT Probe

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Dec 18, 2006
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I've got to place a OAT probe somewhere on my Acro Sport project. Does anyone have a preferred location for it? I assume it's got to be in the air stream and away from any engine heat. The most obvious place would be at the front edge of the nose bowl. Kind of a pain when removing the cowling unless I use a quick connector. I suppose it could also be mounted in the baffling at the very front also. Any ideas?


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