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Old 03-04-2013, 05:06 PM
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95 7.3 guages?

Well its time get some gauges and was wondering what you guys thought were good? I want fuel pressure oil press. and don't know what for 3rd. Only upgrade I have is 3 inch downpipe then straight and my e fuel will be done hopefully Wednesday..Im not upgrading injectors or nothing either. Thanks
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If you only have one other to get, get a pyrometer. I'm not a huge proponent of the oil pressure gauge (lube oil, not High Pressure oil). I would have a tranny temp in there as well if you have an auto. I like the ISSPRO gauges for these trucks (I had the EV's). Cheers!
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I love my auto meter z series, I have hpop, trans, boost, and pyro. Thinkin bout selling them and going with dp tuners new gauge set
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Well its time get some gauges and was wondering what you guys thought were good? I want fuel pressure oil press. and don't know what for 3rd. Only upgrade I have is 3 inch downpipe then straight and my e fuel will be done hopefully Wednesday..Im not upgrading injectors or nothing either. Thanks
The three most popular gauges are boost, trans temp(if it is auto), and pyro. If running four gauges, the next would be fuel pressure. The most important out of all would be the pyro. While it may be the most expensive, it could save you in the long run.

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I love my auto meter z series, I have hpop, trans, boost, and pyro. Thinkin bout selling them and going with dp tuners new gauge set
I used to run Auto-Meters before the Infinity. Now, I would never go back to mechanical gauges. There is just so much it can do and see.

Let me know if you have any questions about it.
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Luckily I have manual, was thinking bout the pyro.
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Luckily I have manual, was thinking bout the pyro.
Pyro is very important.
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What do you guys think of the units like the Edge Evolution CS/CTS or the Bully Dog GT (which I can't figure out if it fits my '95 Powerstroke) instead of the separate gauges? Having figured the 4 gauges I want, the CTS comes in at the same price AND saves me the cost of an additional chip for economy.

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Old 03-10-2013, 07:43 PM
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What do you guys think of the units like the Edge Evolution CS/CTS or the Bully Dog GT (which I can't figure out if it fits my '95 Powerstroke) instead of the separate gauges? Having figured the 4 gauges I want, the CTS comes in at the same price AND saves me the cost of an additional chip for economy.

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I have the edge juice cts in my superduty and I am happy with it and use it only for the gauges don't run it anyway other than stock tune, for obs trucks i recommend getting the isspro2 gauges - 3 pillar and if you have an automatic get trans temp, egt, and boost. I am not sure if edge will work on OBS, just get the isspro2 gauges and save for a tony wildman custom chip.
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I am not sure if edge will work on OBS
Yeah, #85200 is slated to work on my '95.


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just get the isspro2 gauges and save for a tony wildman custom chip.
But I still don'y understand what advantage that would give me over a unit like Edge, Bully Dog, Infinity etc and it is more cost too.
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95 7.3 guages?

Using an edge the chip is a bad idea heard some horror stories. Took the one I had out of my 94. It was causing starting and run ability issues


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