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:help I bought a 03 Cummins and it has a Edge EZ 70 horsepower chip in it. But it does not have any gauges. Is this something I should look into right away or can I get them later on? Ive put a 4 inch exaust "turbo back" and a air intake on the truck. I regulary pull horses, 4 wheelers, camp trailer and a little farm work. :help
 

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Gauges are a must, at least EGT's and boost. trans temp if your and auto. Isspro makes a set that matches the white dodge faces real nice. just ask the site vendors for a price:peelout:beer
 

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It is a 6 speed so i dont need to worry about a tran temp. Should I go with an Edge Attidude gauge or will regular gauges good enough?
 

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Yes....Yes.....Yes

Get gauges. Even with an Edge Ez, your exhaust temps could get elevated.
 

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gauge pillar looks cooler than the attitude to me but you can moitor more with the edge. your choice.
 

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fill out your sig so we know what your driving. It'll help you get better info. :thumbsup
 

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Any time you modify the fuel going into the gauges to monitor it
 

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What gauges would you prefer? and why?
 

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a pillar full of pods looks better... but the Edge with attitude monitor is the idea of simplicity it allows you to monitor 9 diff things of your choosing (4 at a time)... so its kinda each person's preference
 

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Exhaust gas temperature gauge at minimum (to see how hot things are getting under the hood).:thumbsup
 

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guages are a must

atleast EGT and FP

boost is nice to have along trans temp and rail pressure is nice if your putting down big power
 

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I would recommend gauges on a stock truck.
 
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