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Old 10-29-2010, 11:58 PM
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Stacking a 6 gun

Can you double stack a Banks 6 gun with a SCT with custom tunes? Me and a friend was talking about it, we aren't going to try it, but we were curious to if it would work, and if it would, how much gain would you get from it? And if it's not possible, what chips can you stack with a SCT X3 with Innovative and Gearhead tunes?
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YEA MAN DO IT. LET me know the power it has ???? I wanna know !!!!!

OH wait read the forums !!!!!!!! You might learn something.
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YEA MAN DO IT. LET me know the power it has ???? I wanna know !!!!!

OH wait read the forums !!!!!!!! You might learn something.
hahaha


What are you talking about?? I stacked a superchip/banks/edge on top of an efi live, then put it all into a smarty...

Lets just say couldnt keep the tires from breaking loose. To much power for my liking!
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hahaha


What are you talking about?? I stacked a superchip/banks/edge on top of an efi live, then put it all into a smarty...

Lets just say couldnt keep the tires from breaking loose. To much power for my liking!
that's cause you didn't have the bullydog. I've heard that with the combo you were running, adding the BD will really smooth everything out and make it a lot more driveable

But that was on your 7.3 right? So maybe not the best option for the OP's 6.0
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that's cause you didn't have the bullydog. I've heard that with the combo you were running, adding the BD will really smooth everything out and make it a lot more driveable

But that was on your 7.3 right? So maybe not the best option for the OP's 6.0
Oh my bad, gosh dang.


DONT STACK ON A 6.0!! They have been known to catch on fire, blinker fluid cant take the extra heat from the stacking. Its only on the 03'-07's though
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Well I searched the forums and couldn't really find anything. I was just wanting to know the power gains you might get. I know it would probably be a death sentance on your truck to do it tho.
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It has nothing to do with "power gains".. Your truck will literally just suck.. Literally suck..
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Old 11-03-2010, 10:07 AM
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Well I searched the forums and couldn't really find anything. I was just wanting to know the power gains you might get. I know it would probably be a death sentance on your truck to do it tho.
there is no such thing as stacking bud.....

Were all joking, if you stack then one over rides the other!
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Old 11-03-2010, 10:14 AM
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^^^^
That is unless Chuck Norris finds you first, then round-house kicks you to the face for not going to google and
typing "stacking 6.0 powerstroke".
THE FIRST THING THAT COMES UP IS
Stacking chips?????

Did you really search?

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