Compression Ignition Addict
Join Date: May 2011
Location: Rocklin, CA (Sacramento Area)
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No matter what a monitoring system should be the FIRST thing anyone does, imo. That is the only mod I have on my truck as of right now.
In short yes do the monitor first and see where you are at, go from there. You may not need to replace anything right off the bat but the gauges are a good indication of a problem.
I recommend the insight CTS - I love that thing and it monitors so much in one compact unit it keeps in the incab setup simple, which I love.
Good luck! Congrats on the new rig - mine is 7 weeks new to me as well.
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2005 Harley F-250 CCSB
True Blue Metallic
Engine: ARPs, OEM oil cooler, Bed plate reseal, OEM HGs, Stand Pipes, Dummy Plugs, STC Fitting update, Bulletproof EGR, Rotella Ultra ELC, Sinister Coolant Filter, Machined stock heads, Blue spring
Exterior: Nitto Terra Grappler 295/60/20s on stock Harley 20s
Interior: Edge Insight CTS w/ EAS Fuel Pressure & EGT
Trans: PI Stallion, Billet input shaft, new clutches, 08 pan/filter