The EAS Universal Turbo Timer part # 98604 is designed for all diesel engines besides the 2006-2011 Dodge Cummins. The 2006-2011 Dodge Cummins uses different connectors for installation. A turbo timer is a device designed to keep an engine running for a pre-specified period of time or a until a specific temperature is reached in order to automatically execute the cool-down period required to prevent premature turbo wear and failure. This also allows the lubricating oil from the engine to circulate properly so the turbine won't burn the lubricating oil that would otherwise be trapped within the charger with the turbine rotating at high speed.The Edge Accessory System (EAS) was created with future expandability in mind. The architecture of the EAS allows users to connect multiple accessories, daisy-chain style, to the CS and CTS platform. The ability to daisy-chain multiple accessories using the EAS allows users to monitor and display dozens of parameters on a single device. Turbo timers are only available to work with the CS and CTS product lines. In order to use the turbo timer you must have an EAS Starter kit (part # 98602). EAS Starter kits come with all Juice w/ Attitude CS and CTS products and the EAS Starter Kit w/ Expandable EGT (part # 98603).
- Keep Engine Running For a PreSpecified Time
- Prevent Premature Turbo Wear
- Proper Engine Lubrication Circulation
- Connect Multiple Accessories Daisy Chain Style
Holley Performance Emission Code 6: Vehicle emissions regulations are not applicable to this item
Superchips of Sanford, Florida is the industry leader in automotive tuning for late model cars, Jeeps and trucks. Founded in England in 1983, Superchips was one of the first companies to specialize in tuning vehicles with computer controlled fuel-injection systems. While Superchips originally focused on serving the British racing community with high-end solutions, the Company eventually began to provide power to performance enthusiasts throughout the world. Now, Superchips sells tens of thousands of hand-held programmers per year from its headquarters in Ogden, Utah.