I'm going to install an MDesign CAI on My ExSport but wanted to do some data logging before to compare if if it really does lower the intake temp. I really like this one since it's not sucking air from the engine bay but mounts to the original air intake spot. It also has lots of insulation and is more like a ram air intake going straight in as possible. So I data logged "ambient air temp" and "intake air temp" using an ELM OBDII BT module and Torque app. I was surprised the "ambient temp" was noticeably higher than reported ambient by my Sync system. By about 10 to 12 degrees F. Does anyone know where the ambient air sensor for the ECU is located as compared to the one for Sync and why their so different? Another surprise I had was how much the intake temp sky rockets at low speeds and stopped. I figured it would go up, but it spiked almost 30 degrees F over ambient. Is that typical? As a side task I thought I'd take a look at the Boost levels while logging data. I had no idea what to expect since there's no boost gauge (really dumb). I had driven a rental 2015 Mustang Ecoboost so I expected similar results. On the Mustang it would swing -15psi to around 20psi under boost. When I logged my ExSport I was surprised the swing was only -12 to +12psi under WOT. Is that typical? Is it due to a bigger engine? I figured the Twin Turbo would give much more boost than the single turbo in the Mustang, but I guess not? :scratch: Has anyone else logged their boost? What have you found?