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I just bought a 00' 7.3 Powerstroke and it has a Edge CTC Tuner on it, can I stack a T&S 6 position chip on top of the tuner? Is it too hard on the tranny and to much power for the turbo to handle?
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I just bought a 00' 7.3 Powerstroke and it has a Edge CTC Tuner on it, can I stack a T&S 6 position chip on top of the tuner? Is it too hard on the tranny and to much power for the turbo to handle?
Im kind of new to diesel performance stuff but what is the benefit of staking multiple tuners or tuners and a chip? Does it add more hp to use calibration from multiple tuners at one time?

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You can not stack a tuner and a chip. Once you install the chip the program on it will override the tuner.

You will only benefit from the tune on the chip.
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edge and ts canned tunes are pretty hard on auto transmissions.

stacking doesnt work thats a dodge thing

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not possible.... you cant stack a chip and a programmer (tuner) but you can stack a chip and a modual (edge juice) but its completely useless....
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Id get rid or the edge all together, I went through 2 automatic transmissions running there programs. after the second 1 I bought a john woods tow master trans and a php hydra chip. I have the same truck 00 7.3 cclb on 37s. truck runs so much better on the hydra then the edge.
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