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Old 02-09-2013, 01:52 PM
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possible to run edge evo for gauge with dp tuner?

So i recently purchased the Edge Evo for my 99' f250 7.3 6speed manual and had no idea that you would have to turn the truck off, wait like 3 mins for it to load 4 pages of info then you could start the truck again and go.
At the time of my purchase i didnt have the money to afford both gauges and a tuner so i thought it would be the best bang for my buck to get the edge seeing as it offers you the ability to monitor your egt's and other various bit of information from your engine via the monitor that it comes with.
Well, now that i am extrememly dissapointed and went thru the hassle of installing it, my question to you guys is, is it possible to get a dp tuner and run the edge monitor as my gauges? or would i have to remove the edge and start from scratch and get a gauge pillar to go with the dp tuner? i guess puttin in a egt gauge would be a walk in the park now that i have already drilled and tapped the manifold. but im new to all of this and although i learned the hard way, still having a lot of fun with my truck. hope to get some feedback soon, thanks guys!
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Old 02-09-2013, 01:56 PM
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Yes, you can run the EVO for gauges and use one of our chips. A lot of people have done that.

Let me know if you have any other questions about our products. I'll be glad to help you out.
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man, thanks for the quick reply. next paycheck ill definitly be calling you guys up because im not happy with this thing at all. i remembered a friend of mine with a duramax had an edge and didnt have to turn his truck off to go between settings. so i guess i thought it would be the same for me. live and learn i suppose.
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man, thanks for the quick reply. next paycheck ill definitly be calling you guys up because im not happy with this thing at all. i remembered a friend of mine with a duramax had an edge and didnt have to turn his truck off to go between settings. so i guess i thought it would be the same for me. live and learn i suppose.
No problem, sounds good.

Let me know if you have any other questions.
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