I was reading a thread on another site (for a different car) regarding the measurement of the air temp on a TRD supercharged system. Someone commented that the air temp should not be measured at the MAF, but at the output end of the blower since this more accurately assesses the temp going into the intake. They were installing an IAT sensor at the end of the blower as it goes into the plenum. In looking at the manual for my truck's S/C, it looks like air temps are being measured at/by the MAF--at least I don't see anything to indicate it's being mesaured elsewhere, and I don't see a sensor on the blower. In theory, this kinda makes sense to me since there would be a pretty big difference in air temps between the MAF and intake runner; I just don't have a feel for whether this makes any practical difference in performance or drivabilty, etc. So the question I'd have is: would there be any real benefit to installing a temp sensor on the blower output in place of using the MAF? If so, would it even be possible to use an alternative temp sensor (i.e., could this be wired in)?