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Old 07-25-2010, 01:51 PM
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What are your gauges reading

Hey guys,

About to order an innovative tune and am also ordering gauges. I havent decided on which ones yet. Im thinking EGT, trans temp, water temp, and fuel pressure. I think my stock boost will be fine (i think.. what are your thoughts)

but once i get all these gauges, what do you guys see on your rigs? I just wante to know what i will be seeing.

My truck is a 2006 f250 6.0 all stock except for a 4in exhaust.

Thanks,
Jon
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Those gauges are perfect for a 6.0 Or you could get an Edge Insight that monitors everything. lol
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ive got a live wire. i see a steady 184 degree ECT at most ill see 30 PSI
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Under normal driving conditions with the x-race from Innovative I don't see over 800*-850*. I've hit 1600* once for about 2-3 seconds but I was racing and did a boosted launch. I've never hit over 180* on the trans. temp. even pulling 16k-18k. The stock boost gauge will be just as accurate as an aftermarket gauge so you should be good, just don't trust the stock trans. temp. gauge.
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Boost - Crusing 5psi Max 35psi
EGT's - Crusing 800-900
Tranny - 165
Fuel Pressure - 63 all the time
HPOP - 1500psi at 75mph 2000rpm
Oil Pressure - 50psi Driving
Coolant Temp - 200, mine is tapped on the cooler I get temps of EOT n ECT mixture.
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So can anyone chime in on the differences between the edge insight, edge cs, and edge cts...
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So can anyone chime in on the differences between the edge insight, edge cs, and edge cts...


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