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If it reads off tye sender then yes it will read correct, the "tricked" reading should only come from tye obdII port.
wrong. It's all in the tuning. I have a HPOP gauge and certain tuning will give an incorrect reading even when you are getting it directly from the sensor. I run Eric's tuning and my HPOP gauge would never read over 1500psi when tuned. Turn it back to stock...it'll read normal. Voltage will also read incorrectly. Now, since I installed the stage 3 68mm vgt back in September...eric rewrote my tunes and now ICP psi and voltage will read normal when tuned. The tuner can mess with/fool with the icp to read incorrectly even tho the reading is coming directly from the sensor itself. I have an early '04 with the sensor in the HPOP cover under the turbo. I used Strictly Diesel's HPOP pigtail http://www.strictlydiesel.com/p-2657...l-pigtail.aspx
makes it a lot easier than cutting and splicing the factory harness. Just plug n play.
2004 F-350 SC 4x4, XLT, 4" dual Magnaflow, AFE intake, No Limit piping, spearco intercooler, water injection, ARP studs, hypemax o-ringed heads, SCT tuned by Innovative Diesel, tuned FICM, Hellman's sump, FASS, Fuelab, regulated return, 190/75 injectors, KC/MTW 68 w/.72ar, suncoast trans w/billet input, edge insight CS with dakota digital gauges, amsoil by-pass, BD exhaust manifolds
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