Join Date: Aug 2007
Location: San Diego, CA
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I have combination of both. I'm old school and like to have a gauge I can look at but I also have Torque Pro on an old cell phone that I use for display too.
There's a lot of parameters already in the PCM. You can spend $1000's on external gauges or you can see what your truck is seeing for less than $50.
I have ISSPRO EV2 gages for EGT, trans temp, boost, and fuel pressure. I could have skipped on the trans temp but I got the gauges way before OBDII monitoring was a "thing". I have a boost gauge because I have a boost fooler so the truck will never see over 24 psi, and the truck didn't come with a sensor for EGT or fuel pressure.
The Money Pit
2003 F-250 7.3L PSD FX4 CCSB, Dual Alternators - 160/80 SS, T500, FRx, 6.0 IC & TC (w/Derale), S&B, RR 4/4 Wheel, EBPV-less, RR OCR, IH Up-Pipes, Hydra (PHP & GH), ISSPRO Gauges, FTVB, 4" MBRP, H&H, Racor PS120, 140A Alternators, North Stars, Dynatrac, XRF, ATS Springs
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