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Stacking chips

Ok one of my buddys just bought a 2002 24v cummins and wants to stack two chips in the truck. Is that a good or bad idea? Thanks for the help.
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You cant' stack two chips. He can use a chip and a programmer though. One with timing and one without because to much will hurt the truck.

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A mean combo is the Edge Comp and Smarty.

You better have your transmission up to score before you do it though... My clutch would not hold the raw power created by both enhancements.

Also make sure you got gauges and a upgrade fuel system before you even think of do this! :bolt

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