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I was wondering if anyone has stacked the bully dog on juice with attitude?
I baught a bully dog first but then went with a juice after my dealer said he would insall.
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no I haven't heard of anyone doing that, I think it might be because you have to cut and splice the wires together and that they might not work that great together, they could have problems, I am not for sure but those are some of the current issues

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i have stacked them. in all honesty it's better with just the edge. i only have the bully dog to adjust top speed and for tire size (future). the problem with stacking them is that both are advancing the timing a fair bit. i think the bully dog even more so (a lot of timing rattle). so the only safe way to run them is with the juice on stock timing. BUT, that reduces the output quite a bit. i find that my rig runs faster, smoother, and little if any timing rattle with just the juice.
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no I haven't heard of anyone doing that, I think it might be because you have to cut and splice the wires together and that they might not work that great together, they could have problems, I am not for sure but those are some of the current issues

what did i miss?? what wires do you have to cut and splice?
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no I haven't heard of anyone doing that, I think it might be because you have to cut and splice the wires together and that they might not work that great together, they could have problems, I am not for sure but those are some of the current issues
Bully's a download, edge is box with wires. No cutting or splicing. Like mastercaster said, as long as the edge had a stock timing option,(some didn't), you can do it. I don't think there would be any real big benefits from it though.

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repeating something I heard somewhere before, so do you both not reccomend running the mp8 with edge???
Someone told me there was another add on stacker that you would have to cut and splice the wires together and it made major problems, sorry for misunderstanding what he asked.

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repeating something I heard somewhere before, so do you both not reccomend running the mp8 with edge???
Someone told me there was another add on stacker that you would have to cut and splice the wires together and it made major problems, sorry for misunderstanding what he asked.

no, the mp-8 or extreme power puck are both the most recommended and safest stackers for the edge. those don't advance timing. you should see the best mpg with either of those and an edge or pmt.
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