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anyone know if there is a double-din head unit that will sync with your phone so you can display the torq-pro app via the receiver? im probably asking for way to much lol.

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There are a couple android based double-din unit's on Ebay that I've been tempted to try, but - most were Older 2.x androids OS's. I'm waiting to see if there's at least anything in the 4.x Android before I consider them.


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Also - most of them are form 'Over Seas".... but after a quick search - I'm seeing some that are Android 4.0 now...

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Ok, this just got added to my watchlist!!!!
7in LCD, Android 4.0 and the faceplate is a detachable tablet...

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Detachable-T...t_20743wt_1161


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I know this a old thread but did you go with the Torque pro app.
If you did can you tell me what gauges I should be watching. I will be setting mine up in a few days.
PS. I have a 2005 F250 SD.
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I know this a old thread but did you go with the Torque pro app.
If you did can you tell me what gauges I should be watching. I will be setting mine up in a few days.
PS. I have a 2005 F250 SD.
The most important ones for a 6.0 are your voltage deltas and your oil/coolant deltas. And of course your ICP and IPR.
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Here is another Torque App thread. It has some good info/pictures in it.

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What is reasonable numbers for monitoring your ICP & IPR...I have had the app for quite awhile and use it now and then.....

Can I get a base line of good numbers for the most essential gauges.?

Any help is much appreciated, because then I can get a base line if something is wrong in my truck.

Wanted to add to what numbers your you putting in on the settings page to get a proper boost reading?

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Hucorey, if you could provide a range of numbers we should stay within that would make you awesome. If not, well we'll have to start a new thread. LOL
Thanks and it's snowing hard here.
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What is reasonable numbers for monitoring your ICP & IPR...I have had the app for quite awhile and use it now and then.....

Can I get a base line of good numbers for the most essential gauges.?

Any help is much appreciated, because then I can get a base line if something is wrong in my truck.

Wanted to add to what numbers your you putting in on the settings page to get a proper boost reading?
for a 7.3

ICP idle 450-550 highway cruising 1000-1500 WOT 2500-3500 (below that pump is starting to get weak or not enough to supply bigger injectos

IPR idle 6-10% highway cruising 20-30% WOT no more than 65%
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Hucorey, if you could provide a range of numbers we should stay within that would make you awesome. If not, well we'll have to start a new thread. LOL
Thanks and it's snowing hard here.
stay as close to 48V as possible. I know if you get much below 47V or into the 50V range you'll fry your FICM and then toast your injectors.

oil/coolant deltas keep within 10* typically. There are some guys on here that have been running around 15* delta for years and no issues, but as we know, each truck really is different.
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I may have to try this again, got it this summer but couldn't get it to read anything but rpms at the time. Just may have to play with it again.


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