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SCT SF3 Canned Tunes
Not sure if SF3 lets you read any ICP readings.
When running any tune, your truck will show its weak points that weren't noticed in stock tune.
Some tune writers (not sure about the canned tunes) fool the ICP psi in order to get more power out of the truck. The fooled ICP parameter will show up on a OBDII monitor as being low because that is what the tune in letting the PCM see. This is why I said to check it in stock tune. You can check the HPOP health when running a tune in the PCM, but you will need to monitor the ICPv reading and convert the ICPv to ICP psi. The tune writers don't show a false ICPv thru the OBDII, so the ICPv will always be true.
There is another way to read true ICP psi, you either have to have a analog gauge or DashBoss ICP Calc PID.
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