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Old 02-04-2011, 12:10 PM
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H&S Gauges and Defueling?

For guys running the H&S what gauges are you monitoring and what defuel parameters are you running? Thanks
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Nobody? After some digging I found this, gauges and defuels, does this look right?

Defuel:
Pyro(EGT)= 1350
Boost= 38
Trans= 210
Coolant Hot= 210
Coolant Cold= 130

Gauges:
PYRO(EGT)
EOT
ECT
BOOST
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Nobody? After some digging I found this, gauges and defuels, does this look right?

Defuel:
Pyro(EGT)= 1350
Boost= 38
Trans= 210
Coolant Hot= 210
Coolant Cold= 130

Gauges:
PYRO(EGT)
EOT
ECT
BOOST
you got it man................
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I just have mine the way it came for defueling and I set mine up to see pyro, mph, boost and throttle %
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Pyro 1300
Throttle
Coolant Temp 220
Oil Temp 205
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Well let me ask you guys what are you seeing for running temps. When the truck seems to be up full operating temps what do you see? Coolant, Trans, Oil, etc. Just curious.

Thanks
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Well let me ask you guys what are you seeing for running temps. When the truck seems to be up full operating temps what do you see? Coolant, Trans, Oil, etc. Just curious.

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Coolant holds at 194 , Oil at 192. I dont monitor trans.
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Old 02-19-2011, 11:53 PM
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Huh I dug around and came up with these parameters which was thought to be safe.

pyro 1500 don't set it higher than 1600
boost 46-48 don't set higher than 52
trans 210
oil 210
hot coolant 210
low coolant 150 kinda upto the owner


What kinda EGT's are yall getting. I just installed it tonight, did the break in etc. Using Hot 250 with firm 55mph lock up. My mini maxx was defueling for egt's they got upto about 1520-1530 and mini maxx showed it was defueling. SO far max boost got upto 44.

I know the defuel is to protect but when I saw the defueling I let off. Is it okay to continue pushing through even though it's defueling say your in the middle of a 1/4 mile run?
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Huh I dug around and came up with these parameters which was thought to be safe.

pyro 1500 don't set it higher than 1600
boost 46-48 don't set higher than 52
trans 210
oil 210
hot coolant 210
low coolant 150 kinda upto the owner


What kinda EGT's are yall getting. I just installed it tonight, did the break in etc. Using Hot 250 with firm 55mph lock up. My mini maxx was defueling for egt's they got upto about 1520-1530 and mini maxx showed it was defueling. SO far max boost got upto 44.

I know the defuel is to protect but when I saw the defueling I let off. Is it okay to continue pushing through even though it's defueling say your in the middle of a 1/4 mile run?

I have my defuel set at 1500 just to be safe. For a 1/4 mile run I would set it alot higher, but just for 1 or 2 passes. It really becomes a problem when you are running that hot for extended periods of time.
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Cool yeah thats a good idea. Just bump it for a quick run. Allow it to cool down before you run it again.
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