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Location: Sand Gap, KY
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The newer emissions equipped trucks are designed around higher EGTís. Almost all of the entire engine is more robust in regards to longevity when it comes to EGTís.......much more so than their 5.9L counterparts. 1,250*F is nothing for these 6.7L trucks.
Additionally.....what is the source of your EGT readings? Do you have an actual EGT probe mounted in the exhaust manifold, or are you using one of the four or five PID readings through the EDGE? Probe installation and location is everything.
For the weight RV youíre pulling.......Iíd simply leave the EDGE set on one or zero. Your truck should yank that little RV around like a rag doll.
Have you read through the EDGE instructions? If I recall......there should be an ability to defuel it based on EGTís. Iíd simply defuel it by setting it to zero whilst towing....
2018 RAM 4500 Chassis Tradesman Crew Cab 60Ē C/A 4WD, 6.7L Cummins, AISIN AS69RC Transmission, 4.10 Axle Ratio, Chrome Appearance Group, Keyless Entry, Fog Lamps, Chrome Tubular Steps, 52+22 gallon fuel tanks, 5.0 Radio, Single Disc CD Player, 225/70R19.5 Continental HDRís, Aluminum Wheels, Parkview Backup Camera, Trailer Brake Controller. Equipped with a CM SK Series flatbed w/B&W Turnover Ball. Purchased new April 23, 2018. Currently : 150,076 miles and 2,654 hours as of July 12, 2019 (Average Miles Per Hour = 56.5)