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Old 05-12-2012, 10:29 AM
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no pyros H&s mini maxx.. did i do wrong?

I have a 2008 f450 and just got a h&s mini maxx with no pryo.. will i still be able to monitor egt's etc?
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Yeah, the h&s reads off the factory probe. Your fine
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Thats one of the many "perks" that we have.... other makes and models have to drill and tap the exhaust manifold to install the pyro, but we have one stock!
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It is a perk of running a 6.4. If you have to run one on a cummins, the best way to do it is delete the egr and tap through the egr delete plate! Done it a few times. I do not miss having to tap a manifold on 7.3's...
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The other perk is once your deleted, you have spare sensors in the DPF that are the exact same as the stock sensor in the up pipe! We wish all manufacturers would catch on to this...
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I have a mini maxx and cant seem to find egt in my gauges. Is there an upload for it or am I just missing it? Also sometimes my screen shows crazy white lines through it, but never in gauge mode, only when I need to read something important! Is this unusual?
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I have a mini maxx and cant seem to find egt in my gauges. Is there an upload for it or am I just missing it? Also sometimes my screen shows crazy white lines through it, but never in gauge mode, only when I need to read something important! Is this unusual?
Select Menu > Gauge Setup > Pyro 1. The white lines are definitely nor normal, give our Tech Support group a call at 888-628-1730. We will get the ball rolling towards a solution. We appreciate your support!
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It is a perk of running a 6.4. If you have to run one on a cummins, the best way to do it is delete the egr and tap through the egr delete plate! Done it a few times. I do not miss having to tap a manifold on 7.3's...
Yup thats what i did on my 6.7
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Thanks will give that a try tomorrow morning!
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The other perk is once your deleted, you have spare sensors in the DPF that are the exact same as the stock sensor in the up pipe! We wish all manufacturers would catch on to this...
Good to know!
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