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    The EAS Data Logging Kit is for the ultimate diesel enthusiast! This kits gives users the ability to monitor EGTs in two different locations, two 0-100 PSIg boost sensors, and two -40F to 300F temp sensors for unmatched monitoring. This kit is designed for truck owners who have upgraded turbo or turbo's, and other mods where the stock sensors just aren't enough anymore. Truck owners who use trucks for dyno competitions, sled pulls, and drag racing need this kit. Fine tuning these trucks can be difficult, but with the Edge Data Logging Kit you can log runs, view logs, and make adjustments as needed for maximum performance.

    The EAS EGT probe is a sensor that allows users to monitor critical Exhaust Gas Temperatures to ensure added power is not creating excessive heat which, in turn, can cause engine damage. This kit is ideal for the daily diesel driver or if you are towing then it's a must have! Towing can put a lot of strain on the truck and make it run hot. Don't be left on the side of the road with an overheated truck because you didn't watch your Exhaust Gas Temperatures with the Edge EAS EGT.

    The EAS 0-100 PSIg Boost Sensor is the perfect sensor for an aftermarket turbo that can build more boost than the stock MAP sensor can read. Simply install this sensor, use MyStyle to set up the sensor, and have the ability to see what kind of boost you can build. Or maybe you are trying to fine tune your truck and need to install a drive pressure sensor or fuel pressure sensor the Edge 0-100 PSIg sensor is your answer.

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    EAS DATA LOGGING KIT is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very Well Designed I bought this in conjunction with the CTS2 and am very pleased with it's design. The EAS idea is brilliant by letting you buy other attachments to it and not having to buy tons of parts and spending un-nessary time wiring the system.
    Date published: 2017-12-25
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    I have a 2012 Ram 2500 6.7 4x4 that currently has a 2nd Gen. S468 swap. Running custom MCC tunes through a Mini Maxx that works well. Is it possible to operate a CTS2 through a OBD splitter? Looking to data log and gauge set up. Any info would help.Thanks

    Asked by: TonSurTon
    Usually when trying to run a OBDII splitter the device will not function properly if you are trying to get two devices to read information at the same time. I have seen a OBDII splitter work with Amp'd steps and running the CTS2 but I don't think you will be able to get the mini maxx to work while also trying to run the CTS2 insight. You can run our 98615 12v supply kit and run all the sensors separate that you are trying to read through our EAS system for more info give us a call at 888-360-3343.
    Answered by: Scott
    Date published: 2018-12-04

    Does this include the starter kit or will that need to be purchased separately

    Asked by: sommaust
    This EAS Data Logging kit does come with the EAS starter cable.
    Answered by: Scott
    Date published: 2018-11-28

    Can you install these sensors on a 1991 12valve since they are all mechanical I was reading that you can actually have an insight on them now but I was curious how you would get it to read everything since it’s a mechanical engine

    Asked by: Old 12v guy
    Yes you can add our cts2 insight on a 91 12 valve Cummins we offer a 12v power supply cable part number 98615 used to power up the device. Then you would add any sensors that you would want to read separate such as this data logging kit.
    Answered by: Scott
    Date published: 2018-11-27
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