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If you have an '03 - '04 or an '02 that has the IAT relocation kit installed then the air box cover has an indentation on the front left side where the IAT is located with wires coming out toward the front of the bike. If your top cover is smooth and symmetric then you need to get the IAT relocation kit and re-flash from your dealer. ('02 only)

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The one on the left is for all the Wisconsin riders so they always feel like they are taking a little swiss cheese with them on each ride :)

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Ah, that might explain a lot of your problems. the IAT sensor is down between the V near the intake runners (I think). It gets pretty hot down there so the ECM is calculating AFR based on readings that could be as much as 50 degrees off.

Get the IAT relocation kit and the topless kit from your dealer. It will add the extra cabling, plug the original hole and give you a way to install the IAT on your air box.

BTW, what ECM program are you running? You need to upgrade to the SE flash for '04 to take advantage of running topless and compensate for the relocation of the IAT.

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There's a flash for the '02 bikes that relocate the IAT that's essentually the '03 program. All of the SE flashes assume the IAT has been relocated.

If you can find the part number of the flash I can see if it's before or after the IAT updates. You may already have the correct flash you just need to move the IAT.
 

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It's an instruction sheet and a rubber grommet. You drill a hole in the cover that holds down the air filter, stick in the grommet and plug in the IAT.
 

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They are different because the '02 IAT was located at the intake plenum below the airbox. They changed that in '03 as well as making a relocation kit that included a new airbox lid, plug for the old hole and a cable extension (I think). The difference in price is probably the extra cabling and plug you'll need if your '02 didn't already have the IAT relocated to the airbox. If you have an '02 that's already had the IAT relocated to the airbox cover then the $1.95 option is all you would need.
 
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