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Old 01-29-2010, 11:36 AM
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normal readings on edge insight

i just installed an edge insight on my 05 excursion 6.0.

what numbers should be normal for egt, boost, trans temp.

also i have the option to make a warning if they get too high. what should i set the warnings at for egt, boost, and trans temp.

its stock besides 6" lift, intake, and exhaust
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Old 01-29-2010, 01:28 PM
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I'll have to get back to you...had a ton of info in my post...but the .Org locked up and and everything was lost....
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Okay, back from dinner. Lost my first post. So here goes...

EGTs Normal range @ idle 300-350; Under load and from stop 750-890, cruising 500-650...under tow...haven't towed with it yet.

I would set your alarm for 1000*F...I would want to know when I got there and be watching it.
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Boost...very close to your OEM analog gauge....mine stay pretty close. My boost seems low...idle 0-1psi, under load 7-10 psi, cruiseing 4-6 psi, tow - haven't towed yet. I would set the alarm to 25psi...at that point I would want to be watching it.
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Trans Temp....normal operating temp for the Torqshift is between 160-165. Depending on ambiant temps, whether towing In the winter I run approx 140 and Summer approx 165. I would set the alarm for 200 and keep an eye on it from there.
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thanks for the info.. i dont have a oem boost gauge in my excursion. my f250 used to have one. but from the numbers it seems normal. im going to tune the truck with a sct so i want to watch it
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thanks for the info.. i dont have a oem boost gauge in my excursion. my f250 used to have one. but from the numbers it seems normal. im going to tune the truck with a sct so i want to watch it
Smart ideal.
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