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Old 09-26-2007, 05:10 PM
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Question Chip with monitor?

i have a 2001 f350 8 inch lift with 37s and right now all i have is an intake exhaust and a predator programmer i am very happy but i think i want a monitor and if that mean getting a different chip thats fine. what should i do
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Old 09-26-2007, 05:16 PM
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Depending on what kind of power you're looking at I hear edge's A2w/ monitor is very nice, supposed to be good with mileageand has gauges, but if you're looking to do a lot of mods in the future, you could get the Quadzilla Commander with a DP/Twildman custom tuned chip. I have the commander and its great I would recommend it to anyone.
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Old 09-26-2007, 05:17 PM
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you dont have to get another chip to get some digital monitor.... i offer these MSD DashHawk Display
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Just get a nice set of Gauges... overhead pod, A pillar pod.... what ever you chose... Then run what ever you want... I cant stand the monitors...
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If you go with a chip then what do you use to read and clear codes? I was considering a DP chip and the MSD dashhawk. I think the pillar pod with analog gauges looks tuffer but it seems the dashhawk appears to have more function. If this is infact a better setup then who has the best monitor to use with the DP chip?

Eric
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Old 09-27-2007, 05:42 PM
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Another option. I have it and like it
BD Engine Brake - Ford Diesel XMonitor Digital Gauges
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I have Bully Dog Power Pup w/Outlook monitor with on the fly adjustability. Internet upgrades. They just came out with a total new package. I'm Not up on it yet! Mine give me all I want and need. Hypertech has a nice package with monitor. Check out Diesel World and Diesel Power mags......full of info as the ORG!! Good Luck!
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Another option. I have it and like it
BD Engine Brake - Ford Diesel XMonitor Digital Gauges

Thats what I had on my old 02 F250 with the DP. Worked great, just a little expensive.
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ok so after all the help i'm thinking about the dp chip with the quadzilla monitor. or should i consider getting a hole quadzilla sytem meaning quadzilla chip and quadzilla monitor. out of them all from what i read the quadzilla monitor is i think what i want but is that going to let me change on the fly...sorry for all the questions i just want to make sure i do the right thing
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Old 09-29-2007, 04:58 AM
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you would be much happier with the performance of the dp chip IMO
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