Inlet air temp

Old 2/10/19, 10:53 AM
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Inlet air temp

I havent really paid attention to my inlet air temp until recently. I live in florida and in ~80 deg weather my inlet temp spikes around 115-130 when sitting in traffic and sits around 100-110 when driving about 60 mph. Last night it was about 70 deg and driving at 60 mph lowest i saw was mid to upper 90s. Is this typical for this car? I still have the stock intake.
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Old 2/11/19, 11:25 AM
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yes it is normal.
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Old 2/14/19, 03:22 PM
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I have a 2019 GT I purchased in September and mine is usually around 5 warmer than the temp that i see on my radio, ie, if it's 30 degrees outside then my inlet temp is registered at 35-36 degrees. I live in southern New Jersey. I really don't think it makes any difference what the read out is. If the ECU was having any real issues it would throw a code.
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Old 2/14/19, 07:11 PM
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My '13 reads ambient when driving. Sitting still in traffic, it will climb after a while to maybe 15-20 above ambient. It actually is cooler with the ProCharger and intercooler than it was stock, in spite of the fact that the air filter is now above the left header.
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