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Old 02-14-2010, 08:27 AM
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Guages What to do?

I am getting gauges for my 2000 f-250. I saw the three pod set up for around 350 from a site sponsor. Then I got to looking at programmers at PHP their gryphon set up has a egt port to monitor egt and you can read trans temp and other things via the obd port. But I would still have to get a boost gauge to see what the boost is doing correct. Does the M.A.P. tell you boost on a scanguage? The gryphon is 575 with three tunes is this a good way to kill two birds with one stone?

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Old 02-14-2010, 08:33 AM
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yes the map will tell you boost.... but if you install a boost fooler then the gauge reading will not be good.... PHP tunes for a stock truck are $350 and you can get a set of gauges for $199... talk to Darrell at DPP and he will hook you up... here is his website.

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Old 02-14-2010, 01:33 PM
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Whats a boost fooler? Does the programmer change the boost level?

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im not too fond of electronic gauges... my advice is get a chip and gauges separate.... you could get regular gauges for as cheap as 200 bucks for the whole setup....

the stock truck starts defueling at a designated PSI... a boost fooler basically tells the truck that your at like 20psi when your really at 30psi.. so if your reading off the map line it will not read correctly...

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