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    T2 PID questions...newbie to tuners

    I want to build my gauge on my T2 to show the most important things to keep an eye on...2006 Daytona

    Which PIDs would be best to have showing (I use the grid view, about 20 boxes I believe, if that makes a difference)?

    Also, what values should I keep an eye out for? ex Oil Pressure shows in V, but not sure what to watch for to shut off the car to save it.

    I was told to use the STFT/LTFT values by a buddy, but no clue what the numbers mean or what to watch out for.

    Thanks in advance to anyone that provides some assistance.
    Last edited by MoparMinion; 04-17-2019 at 06:06 PM.
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    I'd really like some help here, if I am in the wrong sub-forum, please let me know, so I can re-post!

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    I have gauges for trans fluid temp, bottle pressure, and A/F ratio. Those are the three I like to keep an eye on at the track. When just cruising I mostly only use the fuel level gauge.

    bill

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    Quote Originally Posted by funkpolice View Post
    I have gauges for trans fluid temp, bottle pressure, and A/F ratio. Those are the three I like to keep an eye on at the track. When just cruising I mostly only use the fuel level gauge.

    bill
    Didn't see a trans temp PID, and no boost needed...have AFR



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