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Author Topic: 6.0 powerstroke ICP PID
sportdiver24
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 Need custom 6.0 powerstroke ICP PIDon: September 24, 2015 (GMT)

Is it possible to make a gauge that will show ICP pressure using ICP voltage?
This is what I have for voltage PID;

ICP Voltage
(((A*256)+B)*(72/10000))/100
Volts

Is there a way to convert it to show pressure? Here is an explanation how voltage relates to pressure: http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/1198869-relationship-between-icp-pressure-and-voltage.html

On a tuned vehicle the regular ICP pressure PID shows innacurate values due to tuning. So I would like one that uses the actual voltage to calculate the pressure.
Thanks

Capp777
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Posts: 2867
 Re: 6.0 powerstroke ICP PIDon: September 25, 2015 (GMT)

I would try the following…

Create another custom pid using the same
pid as icp volts but with this equation:

ICP Voltage to Pressure
Equation: (((A*256)+B)*0.060929743)-181.6701695
Units: psi

Let me know if this works for you.

Capp777
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Posts: 2867
 Re: 6.0 powerstroke ICP PIDon: September 29, 2015 (GMT)

No one willing to give feedback on
this?

Capp777
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Posts: 2867
 Re: 6.0 powerstroke ICP PIDon: October 2, 2015 (GMT)

G8orFord
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Posts: 29
 Re: 6.0 powerstroke ICP PIDon: November 25, 2016 (GMT)

I realize this thread is kinda old, but I have input the PID above (for calc pressure) and will test it out over the next few days and report back. At least that is my intention.

Capp777
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Posts: 2867
 Re: 6.0 powerstroke ICP PIDon: November 25, 2016 (GMT)

Thank you!

G8orFord
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Posts: 29
 Re: 6.0 powerstroke ICP PIDon: December 28, 2016 (GMT)

Sorry for taking so long, but I did try the PID and it seemed to work, but I never set my PCM back to stock to really verify the numbers. I also created one with my interpretation of Bismic’s formula from FTE.

(38.033*(((((A*256)+B)*(72/10000))/100)^2)))+(666.07*(((A*256)+B)*(72/10000)/100))

It appears to work as well, but the numbers are not the same as yours. Close, but not the same.

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