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Your question was probably misunderstood, you asked if you can stack chips, not if you could add a module to a chip. A chip goes into the computer body, A programer changes the computer parameters through the OBD2 port and modules are as a rule, little boxes that are installed under the hood to change fuel pressure, such as 10k and 18 k mods. You can not stack a chip and a programer together, you can stack a chip OR a programer with a module, but you have to be careful. If you have a good chip, such as a DP tuner or a Twildman, the fuel pressure, trans shifts, line pressure, tc locup point are already taken into account, and adding the wrong, or in some cases any module, will not help at all or could damage something. Hope that clears it up a little for you.
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99.5 F350, CC, LB, DRW.
7.3 AUTO 4.10s
AUTOMETER C2s EGT, TRANS, BOOST, OIL, FUEL PRES
ATS, WW, SSHPX, B ANNIH.
DP 6P 140EX.
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500LTR FUEL TANK
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