I suppose I am going to start a bit of a "firestorm" here...but please excuse a newbie to the turbo charged world...I bought a 97 F250 Powerstroke 7.3 then a gauge pod with a Pryometre and was wondering where to put the sensor. Most of the advice & opinion says to install before the turbo...but I gotta ask...wouldn't you want to know what the temperature of the actual intake charge is? After all isn't the temp of the air charge that is hitting the top of the piston what you really would want to know? Forgive my ignorance please, but measuring the temp of the exhaust gases that are passing thru the drive side of the turbo tells you what? I can see it if you want to measure exhaust gas temp to prevent possible damage to the turbo...but the basis of most of the opinion seems to be that you want to protect the pistons as they are made of aluminum and subject to excessive heat damage..Perhaps it would be good to know both values?