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2014-2018 3.0L Ram 1500 EcoDiesel Gauges

Sure, your truck has a speedometer, tachometer, fuel level, voltmeter, and a few other random gauges, but none of these are really telling you what's going on with your powertrain. Ram EcoDiesels in s ... read more

Edge 98620 EAS Expandable EGT Probe Kit with Lead EDG-98620 2.00 Edge 98620 EAS Expandable EGT Probe Kit with Lead Edge Products 98620 If you're running one of Edge's color monitors, you have the ability to monitor a plethora of different engine and powertrain vitals. Isspro R14022 EV2 0-1600 Degree Pyrometer EGT White Face Gauge ISSPRO-R14022 2.00 Isspro R14022 EV2 0-1600 Degree Pyrometer EGT White Face Gauge ISSPRO R14022 Diesel Power Products carries the Isspro EV2 0-1600 Degree Pyrometers in 2 Color Options R14021 / R14022 / R17021 / R17022 Isspro R14032 EV2 0-2000 Degree Pyrometer EGT White Face Gauge ISSPRO-R14032 2.00 Isspro R14032 EV2 0-2000 Degree Pyrometer EGT White Face Gauge ISSPRO R14032 Diesel Power Products carries the Isspro EV2 0-2000 Degree Pyrometers with 2 Color Options R14031 / R14032 / R17031 / R17032 Isspro R14055 EV2 0-40 PSI Electronic Fuel Pressure White Face Gauge ISSPRO-R14055 2.00 Isspro R14055 EV2 0-40 PSI Electronic Fuel Pressure White Face Gauge ISSPRO R14055 Diesel Power Products carries the Isspro EV2 Electronic Fuel Pressure Gauges in 2 Color Options Isspro R14100 EV2 0-40 PSI Electronic Exhaust Back Pressure White Face Gauge ISSPRO-R14100 3.00 Isspro R14100 EV2 0-40 PSI Electronic Exhaust Back Pressure White Face Gauge ISSPRO R14100 Monitor your exhaust back pressure on your diesel truck like a pro with this ISSPRO EV2 40 psi exhaust back pressure gauge. This gauge is designed to monitor pressure in your exhaust or drive pressure to ensure your turbo system us functioning properly. Isspro R17133 EV2 0-30 PSI Electronic Turbo Boost Pressure Black Face Gauge ISSPRO-R17133 3.00 Isspro R17133 EV2 0-30 PSI Electronic Turbo Boost Pressure Black Face Gauge ISSPRO R17133 Monitor your boost like a pro with this ISSPRO EV2 30 psi boost gauge. These gauges are driven with precision stepper motor movements and illuminated with LED lighting. This gauge is fully electric and features a 270 degree sweep. Isspro R17211 EV2 0-100 PSI Oil Pressure Black Face Gauge ISSPRO-R17211 2.00 Isspro R17211 EV2 0-100 PSI Oil Pressure Black Face Gauge ISSPRO R17211 Diesel Power Products carries the Isspro EV2 0-100 PSI Oil Pressure Gauge 2 Color Options R14211 / 17211 Isspro R17244 EV2 0-180 PSI Transmission Pressure Black Face Gauge ISSPRO-R17244 2.00 Isspro R17244 EV2 0-180 PSI Transmission Pressure Black Face Gauge ISSPRO R17244 Diesel Power Products carries the Isspro EV2 Transmission Pressure Gauge 0-180 PSI in 2 Color Options R14244 / R17244 Isspro R14289 EV2 0-30,000 PSI Fuel Rail Pressure White Face Gauge ISSPRO-R14289 2.00 Isspro R14289 EV2 0-30,000 PSI Fuel Rail Pressure White Face Gauge ISSPRO R14289 Diesel Power Products carries the Isspro EV2 0-30,000 PSI Fuel Rail Pressure Gauge with 2 Color Options R14289 / R17289 Fits 2007.5+ 6.7L Dodge Cummins and 2006-2009 6.6L GM Duramax (LBZ and LMM) Isspro R17511 EV2 Rear Axle Temperature Black Face Gauge ISSPRO-R17511 3.00 Isspro R17511 EV2 Rear Axle Temperature Black Face Gauge ISSPRO R17511 Diesel Power Products carries the Isspro EV2 Rear Axle Temperature Gauges 2 Color Options R14511 / R17511 Isspro R17522 EV2 Front Axle Temperature Black Face Gauge ISSPRO-R17522 3.00 Isspro R17522 EV2 Front Axle Temperature Black Face Gauge ISSPRO R17522 Diesel Power Products carries the Isspro EV2 Front Axle Temperature Gauges 2 Color Options R14522 / R17522 Isspro R17533 EV2 140-320 Degree Engine Oil Temperature Black Face Gauge ISSPRO-R17533 2.00 Isspro R17533 EV2 140-320 Degree Engine Oil Temperature Black Face Gauge ISSPRO R17533 Diesel Power Products carries the Isspro EV2 Engine Oil Temperature Gauges: 100-280 Degree or 140-320 Degree Range For the Dodge Ram, Chevy Silverado or Ford Powerstroke

Sure, your truck has a speedometer, tachometer, fuel level, voltmeter, and a few other random gauges, but none of these are really telling you what's going on with your powertrain. Ram EcoDiesels in stock form used under moderate conditions don't have a huge necessity for additional gauges than what comes factory on the dashboard. However, as horsepower increases, or the truck is being pushed beyond a "moderate" use, they become vital tools to alleviate potentially catastrophic failures due to excessive heat and/or pressure. One of the most important gauges on an EcoDiesel is that of a pyrometer, or EGT (Exhaust Gas Temperature) gauge. Even without any modifications, we have experienced what we would consider high EGT's that were alarming

So, what are all of these gauges and what are they for? Lets cover a handful of the most popular options.

Pyrometer | EGT | Exhaust Gas Temperature
This single gauge is by far the most popular in the diesel market. Basically, this measures the temperature of exhaust as it is exiting the engine, and read most accurately pre-turbo. In most models, you must drill and tap the exhaust manifold and install a probe in order to read this temperature. As previously stated, we were actually surprised at how high of EGT's our own EcoDiesel ran, even before we began any modifications. With proper tuning, increased airflow, and even water methanol injection kits, EGT's can quickly be reduced.

Boost
Boost is a measurement of the air pressure directly before it enters into the engine, thus post turbo and intercooler. Most often, this measurement is taken from the intake manifold, as that is the closest available source to mount the sending unit to the engine. Exactly, this measurement is pounds per square inch, or PSI. Many times, we have customers mention that they installed a larger intake manifold or intercooler pipe, and were concerned because they noticed a drop in boost levels, even though they had an increase in "seat of the pants horsepower." Simply put, that's completely normal, as the volumetric area has increased, or the "square inch" of the PSI equation, causing a drop in actual boost, or PSI. Its the same philosophy as a garden hose nozzle, if you reduce the bottleneck at the end, your pressure will decrease, but your volume will increase.

Transmission Temperature
This one is fairly straight forward. Transmission temperature is most accurately read from the transmission pan, as this is the best average temperature compared to any existing test ports or feed and return lines coming out of the transmission. In order to install the sending unit, some people will remove the pan and install a bung. However, the best and easiest way is to replace the transmission pan with an aftermarket, finned unit that has a pre-installed bung. The fins will help dissipate heat, and they will also typically hold additional volume compared to the stock pan, and feature a magnetic drain plug.

As always, if you have any questions about what gauges are right for you, don't hesitate to give us a call, or send an e-mail to [email protected], and we would be happy to help!

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