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I have been looking into getting one myself. You need a bit of hardware to get the EGT's.
Either a thermocouple with a 0-5VDC amplifier and use the direct 0-5VDC input into the DashDAQ
An extra licence (available from DashDAQ) and some other hardware.
You have two easy choices there.:
1. Phidgets thermocouple and licence - cheaper and easy.
2. Innovate Motorsports LMA-3 (5 inputs including Thermocouple and other stuff) or TC-4 (4 input thermocouple only), and licence.
I want to monitor EGT and fuel pressure so i am getting a LMA-3 and licence. Then a thermocople and 0-5VDC fuel pressure sensor. That still leaves 3 more inputs for whatever. The LMA-3 also has an accelerometer and MAP sensor built in and you can use those apparently. It all looks pretty cool. You can even add an external gauge in the data chain to give you a dash mounted EGT (or whatever) and still put the same data into the DashDAQ.
That is my plan anyways.
There is plenty of good DashDAQ related info on the company forum.
2003 Ford F-350 King Ranch Crew Cab Short Box, 6.0L Powerstroke, DashDAQ, custom rear diff cover, DIY egr delete, air cleaner, fumoto drain valve, DIY coolant filter, JVC NX7000 Nav system Sirius/Bluetooth, remote start/alarm, spray in box liner, DIY Britebox and custom power feed, DIY High Idle, big HFCM drain plug,
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