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post #1 of 18 Old 12-02-2012, 04:28 PM Thread Starter
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Sorry for the noob question..How do I check deltas?

I have seen a lot of post on here about deltas. How do I go about checking


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You gotta have a monitor like an Edge Insight or Scan Gauge
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Deltas are the difference between oil and coolant. Go read the sticky about monitoring the 6.0. You might want to save that 350.

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There are many ways now to monitor the engine.

Edge Insight

Scangauge II

Dashboss for iphones

Torque APP for android phones.

SCT

Dashdaq

I am probably missing others.


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Find someone with a CTS Insight around your location unless you get your own device.


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Yeah delta is a fancy way of saying the difference in EOT and ECT temps.

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Find someone with a CTS Insight around your location unless you get your own device.
Do I have to drill anything with the CTS or do I just plug it into the OBD port


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To monitor deltas it only has to be plugged in. To monitor EGT, you'll need the expandable accessory system(EAS) with the probe. Will have to drill an tap manifold to monitor EGT.
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To monitor deltas it only has to be plugged in. To monitor EGT, you'll need the expandable accessory system(EAS) with the probe. Will have to drill an tap manifold to monitor EGT.
Its already been done for the bully dog, do you know if the two are compatable


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1. Go to eBay or edges website
2. Buy edge cs not cts
3. Plug directly into obdII. Direct plug and play
4. See what you have for codes and Deltas
5. ??????????????????
6. Profit!

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