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Old 01-22-2012, 10:25 AM
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Aeroforce Interceptor FD series multipurpose gauge: Has anyone tried one of these?

I was reading about this product in Diesel Power and they are saying it is a "Powerstroke Necessity". It's a gauge with dual readings that provide everything from injection control pressure (ICP), duty cylcle on the injection pressure regulator (IPR), injector pulse width (in milliseconds) and boost.

You can also perform injector buzz thests, and cylinder contribution tests. They are saying it's perfect for the novice mechanic who doesn't want to spend the time or money for a dealership to diagonose a problem.

The price is $249 and if you are making more than 30ish lbs. of boost you also need a 60 PSI boost sensor kit for $65.99.

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looks like the one terminator engineering sells
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paul at complete performance sells them, isnt that the one garrett has?
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Im gonna buy one this week. I hope as long as there is good feed back from a few people from the .org
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I am running 2 of them with add sensors for fuel PSI, EGT, and bost PSI. These 2 gauges allowed me to go from 4 gauges on my pillar and steering column to just 2 gauges.

I have mine set to scan between boost, fuel PSI, transmission temp, EGT, HPOP PSI, and HPOP Duty Cycle.

If you are wanting to monitor boost with it, I would get the added boost sensor. I tried my ScanGauge on the boost setting and it isn't near as accurate as the added sensor. I know my truck makes over 15 PSI at WOT (actually right at 28 PSI), but according to the ScanGauge reading boost off the MAP sensor, I am only making 15 PSI.

They can read anything the PCM can read. They also can do a CCT and injector buzz test.

I like having 2 of these instead of 4 of the others.
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mjonesjr, can you please post a picture of where and how you mounted your gauges? I would love to see how you mounted them.
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mjonesjr, can you please post a picture of where and how you mounted your gauges? I would love to see how you mounted them.
Here you go. I used a simple 2 gauge pod. I'm going to paint it to match this spring when the weather warms up to allow paint.


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That is exactly what I was thinking!

That sure looks good. Have you used the dyagnostic funtions on the gauges yet?
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That is exactly what I was thinking!

That sure looks good. Have you used the dyagnostic funtions on the gauges yet?
I have not. I know my injectors are running good from the AE I recently had and I don't have a Check Engine light on.
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these things check and clear codes rite?
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