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Old 10-17-2011, 05:22 AM
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EAS Fuel Pressure

Where is the best priced place to buy the EAS Fuel Pressure components for my Insight? What all do I need?


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Do you already have the EAS EGT probe kit? If so you just need the fuel pressure sensor kit from Edge and a way to hook the sensor up to the fuel filter housing.
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Yes I have EAS EGT probe, main thing I was wondering is what does it take to hook the sensor up to fuel filter housing?



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Bulletproof makes a sweet billet fuel filter cap, with a fitting just for this purpose . This is next on my list as well
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Yes I have EAS EGT probe, main thing I was wondering is what does it take to hook the sensor up to fuel filter housing?



2006 F250 Lariat FX4:
MBRP 4" Turbo Back Exhaust
Blue FPR Spring
Edge Insight CTS
1200rpm High Idle Mod
Dieselsite Coolant Filter
58v Swamps FICM
Give BPD a call I bet they can get you hhoked up with a cap then you can just screw the sensor into the cap and good to go.
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Give BPD a call I bet they can get you hhoked up with a cap then you can just screw the sensor into the cap and good to go.
It's something like that
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Old 10-17-2011, 09:54 AM
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Do you already have the EAS EGT probe kit? If so you just need the fuel pressure sensor kit from Edge and a way to hook the sensor up to the fuel filter housing.
Ok two things here. First is yes you definitely need the EAS EGT probe kit as this allows the CTS to be expanded to monitor more things than if you just had the EGT probe kit. Secondly, you can not just hook the universal pressure sensor, which is what you install for actually measuring your fuel pressure, to the CTS expandable cable. You will need the universal sensor input for that. To make it simple you will need the following part numbers: 98605 and 98607. Now this is provided you have this part number: 98603 already and not 98601. Then yes you can mount the sensor just like everyone has already mentioned or go to strictlydiesel.com and get their fuel pressure gauge mounting kit for the 6.0L. Hope this helps.
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Hey guys! The advice here has been of much help, as far as what part numbers and components I need. Now, anyone find a better deal on the 98605 and 98607? They are $129 each pretty much everywhere I have looked. So is it really going to cost me $260 just to be able to read my fuel pressure with my CTS?!

OUCH!



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Giving this a bump. Hoping someone will chime in about the cost of these components.....



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The short answer is yes it will.
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