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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 11-05-2007, 12:19 AM Thread Starter
 
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stack on edge juice/attitude?

i have a 2000 24v. kinda new to the diesel scene, just wondering what will stack on my edge j/a... also have exhaust and air intake.. thanks for the help.
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anything that doesn't do timing. Blue chips Red line box, or a smarty, would do it. What are you looking for out of the stack. Without injectors, you aren't even seeing the full potential of your Juice w/A. The only benefits you'd gain from a stack at this point would be different fueling algorithms from the smarty, or more rpm from the redline box. Its been said that a smarty stack can also get you to 4000 RPM, but thats highly debated, and I don't have the experience with those to comment.

What trans do you have? You'll need to address a couple of things if you haven't already.
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yea fill your signature out, it makes it easier to give suggestions
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I have a 5 speed trans. with a south bend 13in upgrade clutch/flywheel assembly.. and i have stage 2 injector nozzels that I havent installed yet. I am just looking for more power without goin to nitrous or propaine
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how do u like the super B turbo stroke?
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Its been said that a smarty stack can also get you to 4000 RPM, but thats highly debated, and I don't have the experience with those to comment.

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I wouldnt doubt it...i don't hit 4000 driving or pulling by far b/c of FP, but when I rev in N It hits every bit of 3800+

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I really like my super b, but if i could do it over again i would find an s300 and pick the exhaust housing that i wanted for it. The only difference in the s300 and the super b is a small piece of metal that says BD POWER and a warranty. I think you could save a few hundred by buying an s300 from someone.

If your looking for more power you can do a couple of things. I replaced my turbo early because there isn't alot of potential from an hy35 but the hx has a little more growing room. besides you need to think about getting a fuel system before you even put the injectors in.

If you want more power look at bigger injectors, then look at a bigger turbo or twins. (i know its two different worlds) but i have a friend with a common rail and he is making just over 600 hp with a single 66/72/16 and his egt's are manageable and it spools very quickly. after a turbo you my look at stacking programmers. The smarty is the most common stack with the juice/attitude but any fueling only box will work also.

First i think you should put your nozzles in and see what you think. then look ahead.
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thanks for the help guys.. you dont happen to have instructions in install thsose nozzles do you?
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I wouldnt doubt it...i don't hit 4000 driving or pulling by far b/c of FP, but when I rev in N It hits every bit of 3800+

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Your not doing that on stock valve springs. If so your asking for it!!

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Your not doing that on stock valve springs. If so your asking for it!!
I only did it twice in Nuteral w/ my Smarty on 8 and Comp on 3x5 to see how much smoke I could make...

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