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Old 04-16-2014, 02:30 PM
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Straight pipe installed, sct livewire ts installed, now problems

hey guys, just installed my flo pro 4in downpipe back dpf delete exhaust, and my SCT livewire ts, with rudys tunes they pre loaded on the tuner, i am on level 5. and the turbo boost is not registering on the screen, everything else works, but the turbo boost gauge. my analog gauge works prefectly but the digital on the screen does not.

another concern i have is the engine oil temp, it takes FOREVER for mine to get up to temp. my coolant could be @ 180-190 and my engine oil temp is @ 88-95. should i be worried about this?
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Old 04-16-2014, 06:26 PM
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Not to sure on your boost guage problem but I do recall someone saying the oil temp is in Fahrenheit.
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Old 04-16-2014, 06:29 PM
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Sorry I meant EOT in Celsius
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This is something you should call Rudy's right back for.. I know on the livewire the coolant is in Fahrenheit and oil in Celsius but I figured on the TS they would have fixed that?
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Yes it was set to Celsius. I changed the value to Fahrenheit. Lol simple thing I overlooked when setting the tuner up. Thanks guys. As for the turbo boost not working, im gonna call sct and ask them today what the deal is with that.
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