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12-17-2012 11:19 AM
sleeprmax I have AM phantom IIs boost and pyro, thinking maybe a cts for third pod instead of just fuel rail
12-17-2012 11:14 AM
js05sierrahd I say... Why Not Both! Cobalt Boost Gauge (since my LLY only reads up to 22psi on the CTS) & the new Edge pod adaptor to mount up the CTS on the pillar.

Thanks to Willie at Synthetic MotorSports (mrmanners) for a sweet deal on the Cobalt Gauge, Pillar Pod, CTS Adapter & Paint
& Tyler & Meyer Performance for a slamming deal on the Insight CTS & EGT Probe!

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12-17-2012 03:55 AM
biketopia
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Originally Posted by rd05lly View Post
LLY only reads 22 psi as well.

Well then, good to know, thanks
12-15-2012 06:00 PM
jason147 I have CTS insight. I like how easy it is and how much it does but lock up every once in a while and sometimes really slow changing through DSP5 maps when I see a Cummings or powerstoke at the last minute.
12-15-2012 05:03 PM
Jonesz0003 I love my CTS esp because you can monitor and read injector balances any time you want and read codes and delete them if needed, so i love it for that but pillar gauges have the look that you mean business haha so for that effect i like pillar gauges
12-14-2012 08:11 PM
rd05lly
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Originally Posted by FarmerBill View Post
With the cts can I use the eas system to mount a boost sensor so it reads actual boost or will it still be limited and need a separate gauge?
YES you will be able to read true boost with add on
12-14-2012 08:06 PM
nmeyer414 has there ever been any folks that you guys are aware of that have actualy made a wood center console and installed their CTS or insight there?!
12-14-2012 07:47 PM
FarmerBill With the cts can I use the eas system to mount a boost sensor so it reads actual boost or will it still be limited and need a separate gauge?
12-14-2012 07:42 PM
04LB7 Just ordered pillar gauges myself. Can't wait to put them in so I can actually monitor my EGT's.
12-14-2012 07:05 PM
rd05lly
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Originally Posted by biketopia View Post
The CTS should read what ever your Boost is on your truck, it's only the LB7 trucks that the CTS only reads up to 22psi.

I have a CTS and I love it, I'm probably going to go with a pillar and the pillar mount for the CTS and a manual boost gauge since I'm going to start pushing that truck a lil more. I had air pressure gauges in the over head and that's all i would ever run up there. It's too out of the way and easy to ignore to try and monitor EGT's and boost.

Also I've never had an issue with my CTS freezing up or not working properly.
LLY only reads 22 psi as well.
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