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Old 05-07-2012, 08:37 PM   #1
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MAP sensor Delphi PS10000

Anybody know how to find out how many bars this sensor is? Net is giving up no information and can't find it on Delphis website.

Lots of places to buy but nothing as far as specs.
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I remember talking with an Accell ignition rep about what is offered as far as what Accell offers.
He said they had a 1, 2 or 3 bar.

I want to search Accell and see what I find. Can I ask what your using it for?

Edit, thinking out loud. I remember factory NA engines have 1 bar, and only anything with boost (diesel) would read 2 bar

Without searching again, 1bar represents vacuum, and 2 bar is pressure up to 13, or close to? Or maybe I'm off on the 1 bar reading
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I believe you're right. Its OEM on alot of applications for NA engines. Pretty readily available.
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No need for a 2 bar unless you plan on putting a hair drier or huffer on it.
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No need for a 2 bar unless you plan on putting a hair drier or huffer on it.
Agreed. Just wish I could find an exact spec for that particular one. Lot of them have that info online but this one seems to forget that part. Suppose its because it is just one bar so it isn't stated?
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That is a standard 1 bar MAP sensor and is used on a lot of NA GM cars including LS pickups etc. Should work fine as long as you have the correct connector. I like to retrofit older injection systems (TPI, TBI, Pro-Flo etc) with this sensor to get rid of the large old style unit.
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Agreed. Just wish I could find an exact spec for that particular one. Lot of them have that info online but this one seems to forget that part. Suppose its because it is just one bar so it isn't stated?
I hope someone chimes on, but I have always found them to work the same with different mounting and connector parts. For example, I have tested with different engines and worked
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