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Old 05-04-2013, 09:41 PM
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Help Analyzing AE data

Gents, need help interpreting this AE data. I believe I should have more power and fuel economy. Please take a look and tell me if you see something out of whack. Also, why is the ICP volts in yellow in the one pic? I recently got about 10 mpg on a trip hauling 10K lb 5th wheel. Truck setup is: 2001 7.3 F350 SRW, 3.73 LS, 35" tires, straight piped, Tymar filter. The rest is all stock.

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Old 05-05-2013, 02:02 PM
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You are most definitely NOT going to much better MPGs than that if your running 35's pulling 10k at that RPM and speed on a stock engine.

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Thanks for the reply Hucorey. The AE data was recorded without tow. I didn't specify in the earlier post. I just installed my PHP Phoenix Gryphon chip today. Huge difference in performance. Wow! Maybe the 65 HP tow tune won't make it less than 10 mpg.

Any idea if my numbers sound inline?
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You're upset you got 10mpg with 10k lbs?
That looks fine. The second one, did you just rev it up sitting still?
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You're upset you got 10mpg with 10k lbs?
That looks fine. The second one, did you just rev it up sitting still?
X2

Why are you revving up your engine to 3600rpms???? Burn out the carbon

If you want someone to be able to interpret AE numbers and what is really going on, you should do a time lapse graph with your applicable sensors.

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Wow you guys get worse than 10 mpg? From what i have read on forum most would get a little better towing this weight. I was expecting 12 to 14. I don't tow in mountains to much.

According to Jesilvas the numbers look good? Hucorey i will post the running numbers for you. So how do you guys like your AE and what are some of you numbers? Yes i was WOT in park. The numbers are from stock as i explained earlier. I installed the PHP tunes today. Wow what a differance!


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Your numbers seem OK. What kind of 35" tires are you running and air pressure.

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Cooper Discover ATR 315/75/16. D rated 60 PSI. Truck seemed to struggled up slight grades and didn't seem to want to shift into OD until I backed off the throttle a bit.

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Cooper Discover ATR 315/75/16. D rated 60 PSI. Truck seemed to struggled up slight grades and didn't seem to want to shift into OD until I backed off the throttle a bit.

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wait 10k and it didn't want to shift....umm thats because it needed the power . and 10 with 10!!! I get 11-12 empty and goes to about 8-9 with 10-12K...and AE under real load (aka driving) will be alot better. and yes #'s look ok.
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Cooper Discover ATR 315/75/16. D rated 60 PSI. Truck seemed to struggled up slight grades and didn't seem to want to shift into OD until I backed off the throttle a bit.

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Your not going to get much better mileage on a pretty much stock engine with 35" tires. I just got a lot of little bugs worked out on my truck and I got 16.8 this last tank. I drive almost all highway and I give most of the credit to the GTP38R turbo I put in.

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