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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 09-23-2006, 09:39 PM Thread Starter
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stacking question?

What kind of programmer or chip can you stack with the edge drag comp?
Any recommendations or anyone who has had good luck with it?
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That box don't leave a lot of stack options. I know of several people stacking a Smarty with it and having decent luck. Although that is a lot of timing going on and not as much fueling.
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You could stack it with a Smarty but you will only want to use the fueling levels on the Smarty (even #'s). The Edge box has enough timing in it already that the Smarty's is not needed.

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D_B have ran your Smarty with a comp?..if so did you like it? Ya I thought the Smarty had setting without timing that way you could run it with other boxes that had timing
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D_B have ran your Smarty with a comp?..if so did you like it? Ya I thought the Smarty had setting without timing that way you could run it with other boxes that had timing
Nope I haven't ran mine with a Comp yet. I'm looking for a used PM3 now to stack with it to see what it does. I have heard and talked with a few guys that say they run with the Smarty on level 6 with a Drag Comp and that gives them the best #'s though. Anything over level 6 and they say #'s fall off. It could be those guys don't have the air for that much fuel but that's just what I have heard.

My main reason for stacking it to just have some on the fly adjustiblity for those times you need to teach those passer's buy a lesson. :Thumbup:

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if you want all out power, stack it with a bluechips redline box. All fuel, lots of it, and fueling to 4000 rpm. These boxes cost a pretty penny but they are supposed to be great. Turbo upgrades are a definite must with this box. Having the truck fuel all the way to 4k though opens it up in a way that no other box (that I'm aware) does. The Redline is adjustable from 3400-4k, it can be set to defuel at a specific egt, or that can be overridden It is supposed to be 60hp more than the FMS box which is somewhere around 120hp.
If you want power this is the way to go. that set up(drag comp/redline) with mach 8's nitrous, a big single and a cam, made a solid 832rwhp, can't argue with that.
But smarty will work too.
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if you want all out power, stack it with a bluechips redline box. All fuel, lots of it, and fueling to 4000 rpm. These boxes cost a pretty penny but they are supposed to be great. Turbo upgrades are a definite must with this box. Having the truck fuel all the way to 4k though opens it up in a way that no other box (that I'm aware) does. The Redline is adjustable from 3400-4k, it can be set to defuel at a specific egt, or that can be overridden It is supposed to be 60hp more than the FMS box which is somewhere around 120hp.
If you want power this is the way to go. that set up(drag comp/redline) with mach 8's nitrous, a big single and a cam, made a solid 832rwhp, can't argue with that.
But smarty will work too.
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I can tell you first hand the Smarty will take care of your RPM issues as well.

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I can tell you first hand the Smarty will take care of your RPM issues as well.

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ah, I didn't know smarty fueled that high. Thats cool, that was the main reason I would've picked a redline over a smarty. My edge only fuels to 3300, fuel all the way to 4000 sounded pretty cool. But I've never run a smarty. The other cool thing is defueling based on EGT's, however my foot does a fine job of that for $1400.
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IF YOU DO GET THE BLUE CHIP REDLINE BE READY TO FIGHT DASH PROBLEMS. i HAVE FOUND THAT THE GAUGES IN THE DASH START TO ACT UP, AS WELL AS A REDLINE IS NOT FOR AN EVERYDAY DRIVER. IT IS A VERY HOT BOX, BUT BECAREFUL AND YOU MIGHT BE OK.
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Thats good to hear. I've been running a BD-RAD, and that messes with the in-dash gauges in a big way as well, and it also throws the check engine, I hate the thing. I'm aware that the redline is a very hot box, and I wouldn't want it for everyday use, just racing/pulling applications. However I can't really see wanting anything stacked for everyday use. thats just me though.
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