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Thread: 550-917 LSA Supercharger 5.3L

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    I have an 550-917 that has an LSA supercharger with LSA injectors, ZL1 lid, cable drive throttle body, '04 5.3L truck engine. My question is about the Inputs/Outputs section. I've added a sensor in the intake tract right behind air filter that I'm using as an ambient air temp. Also, I have a coolant temp sensor that's welded into heat exchanger just before the coolant returns to intercooler on the engine. My heat exchanger has two fans that I want to run off the ECU, activated when the heat exchanger coolant temp is 10-20°F higher than the ambient temp is. Can this be done with the Terminator? Thanks, Chad

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    http://forums.holley.com/showthread....8389#post58389 (How To Create A Custom Input/Output)
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    Yes, I understand. I have that area located. In creating a custom output it won't let me reference one input sensor against another to set the differential temperature to 10-20°F. It just asks what temp I want to turn on the output. The reason I'm trying to do it this way is if you're cruising and outside temp is 90°F, which is fairly normal for where I live, and you set fans to come on at 110°F all is good that day. But if you're cruising and outside temp is 70°F and fans set at 110°F, you gave away all the cold air fun you could have! Because the differential was 40° before the fans kicked in to help. On another note, I haven't taken the car for a drive yet, but the initial startup is just like it shows in the Holley video; scary easy & fast fires right up instantly!

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