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Old 08-17-2010, 08:53 PM
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Question Stacking chips?????

I have an 04 350 already have the banks six gun chip can I stack chips I want to stack it with a edge additude or what ever I can stack it with if I can????
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Old 08-17-2010, 08:58 PM
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well you cant stack 2 "chips" you can stack the 6 gun with the edge juice but the edge juice is not a chip.. its a modual...

that being said.. i would not recommend it at all.. it does not work.. you will maybe gain 5-10hp max... and your truck will shift like crap doing so...

a custom tuned chip will out perform any stacking you can do

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well you cant stack 2 "chips" you can stack the 6 gun with the edge juice but the edge juice is not a chip.. its a modual...

that being said.. i would not recommend it at all.. it does not work.. you will maybe gain 5-10hp max... and your truck will shift like crap doing so...

a custom tuned chip will out perform any stacking you can do

-Raul
Very true, I had a coworker who had the stacking bug...he had a bullydog and an edge.... ran both on the race setting all the time , cooked headgaskets 3 times and 2 trans rebuilds....the advise we give is free and those repairs are not....so take it for what its worth.
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The dodge guys have good results stacking a programmer and a pressure box. Not so with the Fords. Totally different type of animal and it will bite you if you try what you're thinking of...
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Shoot let me him do it. Doesnt seem to listen anyway.
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That's funny ^^^^
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stacking chips= bad idea
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sct period
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That's funny ^^^^


Of course I dont know what Im talking about usually how it goes
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