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Old 02-26-2013, 06:06 AM
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Banks big hoss bundle vs ts

Hey guys, I bought my 1999 7.3 with a Banks big hoss bundle in it already. I am wanting something that will give me more power and smoke. Will swapping the banks six gun chip with a TS make a big difference. Also, will i have to take off the banks trans command? any advice appreciated
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Old 02-26-2013, 08:10 AM
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Why would you want more smoke?
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Old 02-26-2013, 08:54 AM
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Because I recently put stacks on it and want to roll some coal every once in a while.
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Old 02-27-2013, 11:31 PM
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Best mod you can do is sell the truck and get a cummins if you just want to smoke and have it be acceptable. You are a moron if you think that coming onto forums and asking how to make the truck smoke is going to fly...
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Best mod you can do is sell the truck and get a cummins if you just want to smoke and have it be acceptable. You are a moron if you think that coming onto forums and asking how to make the truck smoke is going to fly...
Someone had to say it.
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come on now guys dont bash the guy. i know it aint real acceptable and polite to roll coal but just tell him why in a polite way. ive seen a lot of guys get upset and abandon the forum and even turn away from cars and diesel just because people said something offense to them.
anyways if you want the option to get some smoke going check out beans diesel chips they have a whole option to just produce smoke. also some of the high horsepower tunes will get you a bit smoke on take off then clear up once the turbo kicks in. now that being said the reason why these guys along with myself are disgusted by smoke is first of all its a sign of a bad tune, smoke just means your air to fuel ratio is off and theres too much fuel for the system. too much of this can cause engine damage. which is why the cummins "million mile" engine only last a few hundred thousand miles. second it might be fun but its just plain impolite. blowing smoke all over the people behind you isn't a real nice thing to do and can even get you a ticket in some places.
also some of the chips out there will take over the job of the trans command. the DP chips will do that for you not to sure on the beans diesel chip.
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I don't feel that there is a reason to be nice, i love the sport and it really makes me mad to see some new giy come along ruining it by wanting to black smoke.
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Rolling coal resulted in DPFs, Cats, EGRs, UREA, and low sulfur diesel. Its wasted fuel.

Ditch Banks and go with a custom chip that will give plenty of power the correct way (with very little smoke).
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I don't feel that there is a reason to be nice, i love the sport and it really makes me mad to see some new giy come along ruining it by wanting to black smoke.
Yea i agree %100. I get sick and tired of every cummins truck i pass trying to " roal the coal"!! Dont get me wrong im just as much of a redneck as the next guy but will somebody please tell me the benifit of them doing this or what there trying to prove It just seems like they just traded in there slammed civic hatch and bought a truck with a lil power and put on a huge cummins sticker on the back window, flipped the mirrors up and there the chit. Didnt mean to hijack the op thread or say this is how he/she is.just wanting to
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Rolling coal resulted in DPFs, Cats, EGRs, UREA, and low sulfur diesel. Its wasted fuel.

Ditch Banks and go with a custom chip that will give plenty of power the correct way (with very little smoke).
No other imput needed.... Couldn't of said it better.
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