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Old 12-17-2008, 11:20 AM
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AE software???

I have the sofeware.And I monitor my truck while I am pulling..I was wondering what to look for..Such as tc slipage what is norm??..Mine is 0-8, and the tranny temp is in volts how can I convert to temp or what is hot in volts?? Any info would help thanks...


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I have the sofeware.And I monitor my truck while I am pulling..I was wondering what to look for..Such as tc slipage what is norm??..Mine is 0-8, and the tranny temp is in volts how can I convert to temp or what is hot in volts?? Any info would help thanks...


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It's in your best interest to get yourself a set of guages anyway when it comes to modifying your rig. Talk to Raul@StealthAutomotive. He's got some good deals. You'll need to monitor vitals like EGT & trans. temp, especially when you're pulling. This is the best way to keep track of stuff like this instead of trying to convert voltage.
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I have gauge boost and egt..But I only have the trans on the dash...On the AE the trans temp will go up and down around 20 volts...The highest has been 178vts and it stays are 150vts...I was wondering if anybody could help
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I have gauge boost and egt..But I only have the trans on the dash...On the AE the trans temp will go up and down around 20 volts...The highest has been 178vts and it stays are 150vts...I was wondering if anybody could help
I'm not sure if it's an easy conversion. It's easy to hook up an aftermarket gauge to your rig even if you have an exsisting one in the dash.
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Old 12-17-2008, 03:24 PM
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well its not so much the tranny temp...I just keep my eyes on the voltage in diff conditions..If the volts go up the tranny is getting hot if they go down it is cooling down...I was just wondering about a range for the volts...I am wanting to know about turbine speed,TC slipage,and other sensers...I monitor the outshaft rpm with the rpm of the engine and TPS....Also I watch the intake press with the exhaust press and the turbine speed..Tring to get a idea how hard I can safely push my truck..I need some guidance...

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