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Critique my tuning - please! Haha

How does this look? Took a screenshot since most wont have HPTuners lol. First time tuning a 6.0 in my 2005 f250. I picked at some of the other tunes for 6.0s and this is meant to be a good fun tune, nothing I would tow with I don't think, I'll make a separate tow tune. Right here is where I lay into it pretty good. Atleast from what I've gathered it seems good..maybe add some more inj PW as its only seeing about 1.6? How's everything else look to you guys? Thanks in advance, just trying to learn these trucks.

FYI, my truck is studded, stock inj and stock turbo (as far as I know)
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Is your oil air cooled? Not used to seeing the oil temp below the coolant temp. Looks like your tuner doesn't read the FICM Main Power (MPower). That value should be around 48 volts.

You sure are putting the fuel to it!! Nice system there! Looks like 1.6 FPW is doing well.

I would like to see exhaust gas temperatures!

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1.6ms pulse width was what all my tow tunes were with 175/30's, studded hot tunes were more in the 2.2 range

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Is your oil air cooled? Not used to seeing the oil temp below the coolant temp. Looks like your tuner doesn't read the FICM Main Power (MPower). That value should be around 48 volts.

You sure are putting the fuel to it!! Nice system there! Looks like 1.6 FPW is doing well.

I would like to see exhaust gas temperatures!
Yeah it's the Bulletproof remote oil cooler setup. Every time I've checked temps my oil is either right around coolant temp or a little below.. this log was only after a 15 min drive (havent towed yet, just got the truck recently). I would as well, no EGT gauge yet though

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1.6ms pulse width was what all my tow tunes were with 175/30's, studded hot tunes were more in the 2.2 range
With stock injectors should I add some pulse width?

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you could add some pulse width, I couldn't tell you off the top of my head where they run out of fuel

I would definetly add a pyrometer before pushing it much further, hows your fuel pressure looking?

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you could add some pulse width, I couldn't tell you off the top of my head where they run out of fuel



I would definetly add a pyrometer before pushing it much further, hows your fuel pressure looking?
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That's a good question..I havent tested yet but the truck has been heavily fortified (studded, bulletproof remote oil cooler, bulletproof egr, alum radiator, upgraded ic and rad pipes/hoses) so I assume they did the blue spring and it's doing fine but I need to check

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