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Old 10-06-2009, 12:29 PM
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Stacking 2 Chips

im thinking about stacking a PPE on top of my Edge juice box i have the hot code unlocked but other than a cold air, 4'' exhaust, and ats stage 2 tranny and torq conv. its stock what are your recomendations??
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Old 10-06-2009, 12:36 PM
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stacking chips wont work, get a custom tuned chip and be done with it
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+1 on that
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i think you should sell both of those and go with something way better... i have seen the PPE and the edge juice go through a bunch of transmissions on various trucks.....

plus no matter what you do your truck wont really go past 320hp to the wheels with stock injectors....

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What these guys said. If you really want something to stack I can break out the lego's again.
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What these guys said. If you really want something to stack I can break out the lego's again.
Dont forget the lincoln logs too dave
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Dont forget the lincoln logs too dave
Ive got those too
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so whats a good tuned chip that will really add some horsepower?
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Check out Tony Wildman, Power Hungry Performance. DP Tuner, Swamps, Gearhead and some others
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so whats a good tuned chip that will really add some horsepower?
i recommend a TW, PHP or DP tuner.....

here is a TW chip: Tony Wildman Chip

you will need to run gauges too... we have a package deal with gauges if your interested

-Raul
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