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The drag comp isn't really that much more dangerous. It bumps the fueling curve up a little higher which will net you about 20 more hp, and it tends to fuel a little harder than the regular comp in some spots. I don't think the actual amount of fuel is increased though, the comp box does a pretty good job of maxing out the fueling solenoid.
I have a drag comp, and I've switched it out with my buddies regular comp box a couple of times, and there is definitely a difference. I also didn't have to sign a waver or anything like that.
2000 2500 reg. cab 4x4 auto 577hp
09 6.7L QC LB stick, 4x4.
TOTAL PERFORMANCE DIESEL 707-545-FUEL (3835)