Looks that way. Mine went 900 miles and built a mere 35 grams soot load that time before triggering it's first regen cycle. Time will tell when the second cycle comes.
That is awesome! I remember Rob reporting that he had gone close to 1000 miles, but I could be wrong.
Is this mileage a fail safe built into the ECM if it hasn't seen a regen in XX amount of miles?
So it can essentially obtain more of a soot load, but due to the mileage trigger it doesn't get a chance to get back up to 44 grams.Yes the regens trigger off of miles or soot load which ever comes first. Since moving away from the factory tuning my regens trigger off of miles with soot levels in the low 30's versus the typical 44 trigger.
How do you know the soot load? Where did you get that information? Is it in the DIC?
Thanks for the good information. Not having the regen indicator is not mentioned in the books that came in the truck. I have the CTS2 in my truck now but haven't had the time to play with the monitor very much. One thing I did find this last trip is the post turbo exhaust temp, it ran between 500 & 600 Deg F. I liked that. The gear indicator should help when pulling the trailer. Thanks again for the info and more questions to come.The is no regen indicator on these trucks. GM designred it to go unnoticed. High idle, odor, and reduced instant mileage are all signs but if you do a lot of highway driving you will not notice any of these. Why many of us run an Edge Insight CTS as it has a regen indicator and soot grams counter so you can see whats going on.