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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 04-07-2015, 03:57 AM Thread Starter
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Scangauge II First Time EBP and ICP Two Part Question

Yep, I finally bought one. No one should really be allowed to buy a 6.0 PSD without one of these (unless they already have a better monitoring system) Yes, for almost a couple years I've been using the Edge for basic monitoring, but the SGII offers so much more.

Now for the questions:

First, I don't get any EBP reading. Yes, I have verified the codes are entered correctly. What gives? Will a bad sensor not produce a reading? Did early trucks not display EBP?

Next (of course) the ICP. Floored the IPR duty cycle will go to 75% and the ICP will produce around 3640 psi. Is this high enough? Has anyone seen a higher IPR reading on early trucks? I've read the newer trucks will go to 85% and 4000+ psi. By the way, at warm idle it's 24.2-24.6% IPR every time. Basically, is my HPO system performing sub-par?

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Re: Scangauge II First Time EBP and ICP Two Part Question

Your early truck may be using a programmed EBP reading. 75% and 3640 psi looks good to me. The max you will see is about 85%.
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Re: Scangauge II First Time EBP and ICP Two Part Question

i think your hpop system is doing fine. It reads just about the same as mine does. 84% is the max reading for the IPR and your pump can hit 3600 psi at 75% of the desired pressure. sound pretty good.

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Re: Scangauge II First Time EBP and ICP Two Part Question

Thanks guys. I'll admit I'm a bit paranoid about the HPO system owning one of these. As you can see in my sig, I put a lot into it last year. In addition to what's listed I also put all now oil rail nipple O-rings and new O-rings in the top of the injectors.

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Your early truck may be using a programmed EBP reading.
Hmmm, interesting. I'll have to do some searching on this...

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Re: Scangauge II First Time EBP and ICP Two Part Question

Some of the early models had the EBP written out in the strategy. Meaning it doesn't even use that reading.

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Re: Scangauge II First Time EBP and ICP Two Part Question

Yep, so my searching has since revealed. Apparently there was an update/flash that eliminated the sensor input and instead used empirical values where needed.

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