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Old 06-07-2010, 04:59 PM
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Playing with AE, now questions

I got the AE bundle about a month ago and really haven't had time to play with it. But I hooked it up this evening and went for a ride. I am unsure of my icp pressure and duty cycle. I kinda think it should be higher... I am going to post a spreadsheet of a WOT run. the most I see is like 2600 I am running my Wildman extreme tune. Now I have not had it retuned since adding the Adrenaline, so my tunes might be holding me back IDK. Max boost on this run was 27 and EGT 1250

Also a question about EOT and ECT. After some beating on it I pulled up ECT and it was like 220. and oil was 180ish. The coolant came down and met the oil temp fairly quickly after driving. Is that normal??

Codes I had were:
0718 Couldnt find much out about this one
1107: possible faulty lower alt?? I have plenty of juice though
1636:

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Old 06-07-2010, 05:48 PM
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what is your duty cycle when your icp is at 2600?
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Old 06-07-2010, 05:51 PM
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I've got the spreadsheet output attached above....

But its actually 53% @ 2700psi
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You definitely have more pressure available to you. Your theory about not being retuned after your Adrenaline was installed sounds correct, but I'm not familiar enough with TW's tunes for the 7.3

Oh and I think you might have the numbers switched around between ECT and EOT. If so, that is pretty common and nothing to worry about.
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Is it maintaining 2600 icp or is it ramping up and dropping off?
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Looking at the graph, it maintained it until I let out of it. It maintained about 2500 through WOT accel. It didnt drop until 80mph when I let out of it.
Max that I saw was
rpm:2873
icp:2734
duty cycle:53%
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Looks good to me. The one thing that I would ask you to put on your datalog is the injection pulse width.

I am unsure of what Tony commands for ICP in his tunes, but "tuning for the adrenaline" usually doesn't involve much more than changing the IPR map. The adrenaline is simply able to build and maintain ICP better under high demands but the desired ICP is usually left unchanged.
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Looks good to me. The one thing that I would ask you to put on your datalog is the injection pulse width.

I am unsure of what Tony commands for ICP in his tunes, but "tuning for the adrenaline" usually doesn't involve much more than changing the IPR map. The adrenaline is simply able to build and maintain ICP better under high demands but the desired ICP is usually left unchanged.
That was my assumption as well, so thanks for confirming. Thanks!
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P0718 Noisy TSS
P1107 is probably related to a dying voltage regulator in one of the alts or imbalanced amp draw.
P1636 PCM Vehicle ID block corrupted means the truck doesn't know its VIN
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