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Question Help with monitiring ICP IPR and pressure.....

So my 03 EX is getting the ICP pigtail and IPR replaced now. Currently we are a still a little iffy on weather the HPOP is performing as its suppose to or not. Once the dealer is done with it I want to monitor the ICP IPR and pressure on my insight but I need to know what values I should expect. Can anyone shed some light on this for me? Thanks!
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Lots of search info on it. Need 500 psi to start. It idles about 600ish. Most normal systems reach 1500psi during a longer crank. The IPR will be at 15% before start and then start to close to build pressure. If it goes over 50% during a start you might have a leak. On a stock tune you will see 850psi to 1000psi at low load at highway speeds withe the IPR about 25%. At WOT you can expect 3500-4000psi and IPR 75-85% under load.

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