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CTS Insight?

For you fine people that have an Insight on your 6.7, what are you monitoring? Will it display what gear the transmission is in? Also what EGT point would be the best to monitor?

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For you fine people that have an Insight on your 6.7, what are you monitoring? Will it display what gear the transmission is in? Also what EGT point would be the best to monitor?

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If you have the LCD display in your truck, you can see the current gear that way. I had the CTS for a short period of time and liked it. The factory EGT sensors are all post turbo, so you'll have to do math to get a rough idea of what the in-cylinder temps are. I liked the soot concentration and trans temp PIDs the best. Also had a red indicator for when the truck is in regen.

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I watch egt 1and 4 boost coolant temp and soot concentration


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Thanks guys, I do have the LCD screen but, what do I have to do in order to see wat gear it is running in. I just got the truck so I really haven't had much time to see how all of the gadgets work.

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