Thanks for the useful information!
The fass will be mounted as close to the tank as possible, and depending on where factory Freightliner pick up is. Also a pressure gauge at VP inlet to monitor supply and prob go with the 1/2" line upgrade as well.
I think at this point Im gonna retire the idea of being able to run anytime of live data monitoring. Its gonna be a waste of energy to make all of those systems compatible and I want to retain factory diagnostic capabilities if need be.
So everything will be stand alone gauges and figuring out a cool way to get fancy with said gauges.
The only reason for any electronic tuning at all is so I can run some timing (for mileage and power). Ive always been VERY disappointed with factory timing curve and the lack of overall timing advance. I think the comp box will be enough for that on the lower levels. I guess I could run a HO dodge VP but they are junk/unreliable and to pick up 10hp worth of timing (rated 235 HO vs 225 SO). Its just not worth it.
I wish I had a way to measure timing with the industrial ECM vs comparable factory dodge and again vs the max advance that a wire tapped pump can achieve. Any Ideas?
I will also never in my life run anything other than a factory SO VP44. I have some pretty terrible experience running any type of modified "performance" VP. But that is an alternative to running a tuner to gain some timing advance. (if were gonna discuss ALL available options)
Booyah, why are you not a fan of intercept tuning? Do you prefer ecm reflash tuning? Or just against tuning in general?