I got the modified MAP/TIP sensor put in tonight. It wasn't so bad.
First off you have to get the F'en thing to bolt down. PTP and Bid D are correct that a little extra whittling is needed to get the MAP to sit flat on the manifold.
Here's the culprit. There's a little flash on the intake and its hitting the MAP sensor slightly:
You can shave a bit off the sensor as suggested but I believe that modifing the manifold there's less risk of damaging the sensor. Your choice
If you decide NOT to buy or fab a sensor adaptor, you'll see that the new MAP is facing the wrong way and that makes the wiring almost too short. The tension on the wiring is unacceptably tight. DO NOT LEAVE THE WIRING SO TIGHT or eventually the MAP sensor connector will fail.
You can extend the wiring a couple inches but I saw that the MAP wiring on the harness was actually long enough but had some excess wrap up in the injector harness. So I slit the harness to free the excess MAP wiring and BINGO!! The harness reached the new MAP with no issues! The bare wiring shown is the extra length that was gained. The Zip tie is used as a strain relief.
Here's the finished product. All wrapped up like stock, BE SURE THE WIRING IS LOOSE and has a good 1" movement. Also the original screws will be too long. You need to find a shorter screw or do like I did. Since it was a Sunday afternoon and I was lazy, so I just used a little 1/4" spacer I had laying around :
TIP was much less involved. All I did was remove the TIP sensor bracket and drilled a hole for a sheet metal screw and wa'la. As long as the TIP is securely fastened in place it really doesn't matter if its actually bolted down:
Once evething is bolted/plugged in,,,Load your rescaled tune and CHECK IT OUT by looking at the BARO/TIP and the MAP with the KEY ON and the ENGINE OFF. If the 3bar sensors are used on a stock scale
here whta you'll see:
If the scale is correct your MAP/TIP/BARO will match. The kPa will be between 95 to 101 depending on where you live.
Note: my BARO/TIP and MAP are off by about .6kPa--NOT a BIG deal. This is well within tolerance. 0.6kPa is only .09psi