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    I have a Sniper EFI intake manifold. Has anyone relocated the MAP sensor to the rear of the intake? Any pictures or information would greatly appreciated.

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    I relocated mine to firewall, seems to be fine.

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    Thanks for the reply Jates. Can you show me a few pictures? Is it the Bosch type of MAP sensor?

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    Didn’t go to shop tonight, but will tomorrow and take pics for you.

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    It's much appreciated. Also, this is a Bosch type sensor. It's a Chevrolet L76 and I can't seem find anyone relocating the MAP sensor. Pictures would be great. Thanks Jates.
    Last edited by NJG8GT; 04-19-2018 at 06:32 AM.

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