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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 10-09-2006, 11:57 AM Thread Starter
 
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Can you stack a Redline box with a comp box??? I was reading another post and it said that you could stack these??
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You can but you wont want to drive it everyday. The redline is a real hot box.
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Stacking them is no problem. Drivability might become an issue though for an everyday driver. I've heard that they can get a little lopey with that much fuel. An aftermarket LP is a must also.

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It'll make a ton of power, and I haven't tried driving a truck with it, but I'd imagine it wouldn't be the best. The nice thing about a redline is you can adjust how much fuel it is giving (0-100%) and what RPM it fuels to (I believe 2750-4000rpm). So you could stack it, set it relatively mild and then when you want to race it or drive it hard, turn up the fueling. It also has other features like defueling based on EGT's.

I would recommend calling Blue Chips and talking to them about the specific features of the box, the ease of adjustability, and what they think about stacking it on a daily driver.
Thats what I would do.
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Blue chip dosn't recomend that the redline be used on a daily driver. It is far to hot of a box. That is what they told me when I called them to price my APB.
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Blue chip dosn't recomend that the redline be used on a daily driver. It is far to hot of a box. That is what they told me when I called them to price my APB.
Good to know, I read that it was adjustable, but I had never called Blue chips to talk to them about their recommendation.
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What about an FMS box?...Is that ok that stack with a Comp???
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I am not sure if a FMS will stack but if i were to guess i would say it should. That would make your truck one bad *** unit with an fms box.
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