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Trans temp! Stock gauges are a guess at best. I got my entire setup from dieselmanor. Included everything which includes hardware/electrical tidbits. Easy install.
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If you're serious about the truck you need EGT, Fuel Pressure, Volts, Trans temp, and Boost.
But if you're even more serious you can get a monitor to do most of that and also ICP and IPR which can be pretty darn important.
Now you have me thinking. Would something like the Edge Insight CTS catch all of those things (with an EGT probe)? Would the Torque Pro app?

I do love the look of the gauges but would rather make sure I'm covering all of the bases

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Now you have me thinking. Would something like the Edge Insight CTS catch all of those things (with an EGT probe)? Would the Torque Pro app?

I do love the look of the gauges but would rather make sure I'm covering all of the bases
The edge insight is expandable to do pretty much everything you could want, the only problem is the expansions are very expensive.
If I was starting from scratch I would use real gauges for Boost, EGT, and Fuel Pressure while leaving the rest to the insight.
The edge also allows you do view codes and clear them while driving along the highway.
On my truck I relocates the Intake Air Temp sensor to the bumper and I monitor that on the edge as well as my outside air temp gauge. It's very accurate

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I think I've decided that my plan is do to 3 gauges on the pillar, then the remaining two on an f650 lower dash (at a later date).

So, in the short term, I think I'll go pyro, EGT and fuel pressure on the pillar.

What fuel pressure is normal and what are the likely causes if out of the normal range?

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55psi. But 45-65 is desired. 45 being at WOT.

Getting all those analog gauges will be in the same price range as getting the CTS with EAS expendable kit and will monitor everything. FYI, Isspro makes the electronic sensors for EDGE.

CTS may actually be less money right now, as Edge just emailed me Friday and let us extend the 10% off until May 5th.

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55psi. But 45-65 is desired. 45 being at WOT.

Getting all those analog gauges will be in the same price range as getting the CTS with EAS expendable kit and will monitor everything. FYI, Isspro makes the electronic sensors for EDGE.

CTS may actually be less money right now, as Edge just emailed me Friday and let us extend the 10% off until May 5th.
My concerns with an electronic monitor is that the reading are taken through the PCM. Are the readings this receives comparable in accuracy to standalone units? (mostly trans temp, boost, and fuel pressure)


And Corey, expect an order of HPOP lines from me within the next month or so, my 6mo old stock ones are leaking already (shop installed by previous owner)

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Keep in mind the sensors on your truck that the PCM sees have to be very very accurate. If they are not, then tuners would have a helluva time trying to dial a truck in.

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