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    Anyone running a Supralink Link plug in?

    If so what did you do with knock sensors etc? Did you run the stock ones or after market? If aftermarket then how did you wire them in?
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    Out the box the link will work with the two stock knock sensors. I find that if the engine is still stock, with twins then the noise from stock sensors is fairly accurate and ok to use. Once you start doing single turbos, big cams and built engines then I normally use two bosch wideband knock sensors.

    Bosch sensors are two wire. One wire needs to go to the Knock1 & Knock 2 pins on the Link, then the other wire you will need to connect to sensor ground pin. If you are using shielded wire (recomended), then you will have a third wire for the shield that you can ground to the chassis in the footwell.

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    Exactly what I was after, cheers. What about the MAP sensor?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Swampy442 View Post
    Exactly what I was after, cheers. What about the MAP sensor?
    It will use stock map sensor out the box. But you will be limited to 1.3 bar ish of pressure before sensor konks out.

    If you get a Link 3 bar or higher sensor, then you can cut the stock map sensor plug off and wire in 3 wire direct to link map sensor. You need 5v, sensor gnd and signal.

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    Brilliant, thanks for your help
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