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Howdy fellow strokers,
I have my '15 CCLB deleted and tuned. What is everyone else monitoring on their monitors? And what high/low range alerts (if any) do you have set or watch for. I watch the following:
TFT
EOT
ECT
BATT V
BOOST
EX BP
IAT
CMD'D FRP
Actual FRP
CACT (so that I know what setting my SOTF is at)


2000 SRW F-350 ECSB 7.3(sold)
2008 SRW F-350 CCLB King Ranch 6.4 (Sold)
2015 F-250 CCLB XLT 6.7
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My differences: ECT1, ECT2, VGT%, EGT (using EAS sensor), IAT (using EAS sensor)
 

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really no one using monitors?? ive been told to monitor fuel pressure. but it appears there isnt a PID for fuel pressure other than at the rail.
 

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I have heard of monitoring fuel pressure right after the frame mounted filter to monitor when the filter needs to be replaced

2000 SRW F-350 ECSB 7.3(sold)
2008 SRW F-350 CCLB King Ranch 6.4 (Sold)
2015 F-250 CCLB XLT 6.7
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Well there's no way I know of with a device. I'd guess Ford IDS could show it, but then why not just change filters on a regular interval?

I can say my own "testing" has shown 10k to be the sweetest spot for fuel filters. I've let them go longer only to see a drop in MPGs.
 
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