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There's another series about Killing the D-max. Pretty decent info about turbos, data correlation, temps, pressure.....etc etc etc
Even when focused on a D-max the principal thoughts apply to most all applications. Simply put: Knowing the data/numbers, understanding the relationships, and knowing what's what makes a person smarter.
In his videos he's selling the capability to read all the data. Video #6 he gets a big turbo from Precision. Touts all kinds of data. The video does show what most already know....A VGT style turbo by far is better for the bottom end whereas a non-VGT turbo rules the top end but with significant lag off the bottom. Took him over 20mins on video #6 to get to the whole VGT side of the discussion yet never showed any details about VGT position as compared to a non-VGT turbo for the same testing point/ data point. Pretty much passed over the ability to see the VGT input and correlate that data and compare it to the non-vgt at the same test point. He's pretty far from showing an apples-to-apples data point between the setups he has been testing in the videos.
To the point of the original post here: I think the Derringer device is a great option for most people. I like the data collection ability....I just hate the form factor. Maybe we could just go back to analog pillar gauges?? Jeez.... If the Edge splitter works without issues on the Banks stuff that would be awesome to see the CTS2, use the Derringer to set the power, and data log the details.
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