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Old 04-29-2010, 08:27 PM
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Whats the best chip to stack with sct?

I know of an mp8, dr performance, and maybe quadzilla? whats the best???
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Old 04-29-2010, 08:53 PM
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None... you will gain no performance by stacking a chip with custom tunes. If you are using generic tunes and want some more power call Innovative diesel and get custom tunes. I would not stack a chip with a programmer on these trucks, going the have excessive EGT, to much timing, and probably over boost... and if your lucky you will gain 10 HP. Alot to risk with very little return, it is not wise IMO
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Old 04-29-2010, 09:23 PM
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Bad bad bad bad idea, forget you thought about it
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What they said! That is not something you do with the SCT. I can speak from experience, it has been tried and it is NOT a good thing. There is no real gain from it. Like was advised, just get some good custom tunes and you will not look back.
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Stacking is a dodge thing. They don't have the sct/ gryphoon/ phalanx tuners or efi live (duramax) that are capible of squeezing out every shetland or clydesdale out of our trucks.
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i did it with a banks six-gun and a predator and all i got was a bad timing knock and the blown head gasket mod
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