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      11-20-2015, 11:12 PM   #1
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Help monitoring fuel pressure

I know this is a stupid question, but I've searched and couldn't find what I was looking for. Anyways, I'm running Cobb AP V3 and running the E30 map. I've been told to monitor my fuel pressure so I know whether or not the car is healthy running whatever blend of E85 (E30 blend or E40 blend, etc) So I'm curious what I need to monitor to view this, and what the target should be, what I should NOT let it go above/below. I want to monitor the LPFP and HPFP.... What parameters on the Cobb should I be monitoring?
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I feel like your asking about a gauge or a parameter you can watch on the Cobb. The only real way to watch your pumps is within data logging.
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Lpfp shouldn't go below 55-60 psi hpfp shouldn't go below 1500 psi on 3rd gear wot run
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Thank you brecken. And what parameter am I logging to monitor these on the Cobb?
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