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Hey there I just hooked up an OBDLink to my 24v and noticed some strange boost readings. At idle I’m getting 12.4 and at full throttle about 22.4. Is this the app not reading boost correctly or should I be checking my map and wastegate? It’s an 01 HO

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The value you are seeing is not psi.  

 

I didnt figure out the conversion.  But your numbers are close for what i remember

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Put a boost gauge on it. My scan gauge ll reads about 26 psi at idle. 

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Maybe Im being stubborn but id like to avoid putting in analog pillar gauges. I much prefer the clean look of having everything on one small screen.Do the quadzilla or edge insight/ juice guages read correctly?

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49 minutes ago, Mopar1973Man said:

Either way the MAP sensor accuracy isn't the greatest. Best to opt for a boost gauge than trying to read the MAP sensor. 

How far off is it typically? Couple psi or like 5-10? 

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2 hours ago, Remington92 said:

Maybe Im being stubborn but id like to avoid putting in analog pillar gauges. I much prefer the clean look of having everything on one small screen.Do the quadzilla or edge insight/ juice guages read correctly?

I get it. My fuel pressure is on the A pillar still. Going to move it one day. There other options and I like this better.

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2 hours ago, dripley said:

My scan gauge ll reads about 26 psi at idle. 

 

Well, no wonder you blew the intake manifold gasket!!  :lol:

 

- John

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8 minutes ago, Tractorman said:

 

Well, no wonder you blew the intake manifold gasket!!  :lol:

 

- John

But i can only to 34 at WOT. But let clutch out and you're  doing 40 before it's  fully engaged. 4th gear launch required.

14 minutes ago, Dieselfuture said:

I want to see my gauges up close so I don't miss anything post-1102-0-85369600-1422214642_thumb.jpgpost-1102-0-60175500-1422214663_thumb.jpg

old pictures but still same. 

2 reason I did not do mine that way. The main was I had just installed the new dash pad and could not make myself drill a hole in it. The second was i got usdd to it at the windsheild and can see it just fine. But I like yours too.

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12 hours ago, Remington92 said:

How far off is it typically? Couple psi or like 5-10? 

 

Like for mine 0 to 20 PSI is good beyond 20 PSI it goes out the window. Where my boost gauge shows 47 PSI Quadzilla will report 67 to 69 PSI. I'm sure my small 60/60/12 turbo cant do that much. 

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Snap On Modis reports good but here you'd get a gas ram complete for the cost of a modis ☺ 

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you could troubleshoot the calculation in the app to make it right.  

 

I found what it is for a 98-00 trucks, but I didn't have a 01-02 to test the calc with. 

 

 

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On 11/8/2019 at 9:50 AM, Me78569 said:

you could troubleshoot the calculation in the app to make it right.  

 

I found what it is for a 98-00 trucks, but I didn't have a 01-02 to test the calc with. 

 

 

now how do you change calculations within the app? 

 

Also I'm gathering the parts to do a BHAF install. Coming from powerstrokes its pretty standard to use a piece of 4" pipe as a coupler and then guys install the filter minder in the that section of pipe. I see on dodges most guys drill a hole in the end of the filter. Would one route be safer than the other or just 2 ways to skin the same cat?

 

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