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Old 06-04-2014, 03:04 PM   #1
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I recently purchased the 7015 for my 13 ecoboost! It's awesome! I have a couple questions if anyone can help with!
When you have it on the gauge display, is there a way to have it turned off when the ignition is off? Or just unplug each time?

Also, I believe there was a setting for Y-pipe on there for the ecoboost, does this offer to turn off the rear cats to accept an off-road pipe or no?
I have yet to try it seeing that I have a stock pipe, just curious for a future add-on
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Would be happy to help you out.

On the guages setting, in the settings option it should have a sleep option for when it does not see ignition signal. I think it takes like 5 minutes iirc before it shuts off.

On the y-pipe setting. It does not work for offroad pipes. Its meant to be used on the kooks downpipes which has cats that will not trigger the CEL. That is what we have heard from customers that we have asked to test that for us.
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Would be happy to help you out.

On the guages setting, in the settings option it should have a sleep option for when it does not see ignition signal. I think it takes like 5 minutes iirc before it shuts off.

On the y-pipe setting. It does not work for offroad pipes. Its meant to be used on the kooks downpipes which has cats that will not trigger the CEL. That is what we have heard from customers that we have asked to test that for us.
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So if you have say a MAK or MBRP or AFE catted y-pipe...it would be ok to run the Kooks setting?
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So if you have say a MAK or MBRP or AFE catted y-pipe...it would be ok to run the Kooks setting?
No the Kooks setting only works for the kooks downpipe. Kooks uses the green cats which are the only cats that are guaranteed to not trigger a CEL, the kooks setting does not have the rear o2s disabled. I have had a few customers test that setting before loading their custom tune, and have all had their CEL turn on.
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No the Kooks setting only works for the kooks downpipe. Kooks uses the green cats which are the only cats that are guaranteed to not trigger a CEL, the kooks setting does not have the rear o2s disabled. I have had a few customers test that setting before loading their custom tune, and have all had their CEL turn on.
That makes sense!
I have the AFE STG 2 intake and switched the program to the "airraid" setting and seemed to be running a lot nicer with it on!
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