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1400 for too long will hurt it. i don't know what to set it at .i have mechanical guages and if i am hot rodding around it will climb to 1200 immediately and advance to 1400 and i then let off. i do not hold it at 1400 for long at all. only moments. if you are towing i would guess 1250. and that would be holding steady. also where your pyrometer is located is VERY important, it needs to be pre turbo, preferably in the drivers side exhaust manifold.
january 2003 6.0 F-350 Lariat 4x4 cc with 08 long bed. recon cab and mirror lenses, torqueshift(reman on 9-03-09) with three disc billet convertor(500 rpm lowered stall speed),mag-hytec deep tranny pan,, 8" fabtech lift w/ 37" iroc super swampers on helos,pro comp ladder bars, custom sct x3 with tunes by eric @ innovative diesel, boost and pyro,edge insight, afe, 4" straight piped, ARP headstuds, banks intercooler & high ram intake. engine mods & maintenance by first coast diesel performance.