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Bully Dog Power Pup Question

I am looking at getting a 6.0 powestroke and I want a some extra power daily driving and as much as i can get for sled pulling once in a while without getting into new HPOPs and things. I hear SCT is the way to go but I want on the fly adjustability. So I was looking at the power pup with the outlook monitor. The question I have is does anyone know if the power pup closes the egr valve and is there any transmission tuning with it? And is there anything else out there that is better? Also does any one know what the 6.0 is getting for horsepower hours per gallon stock?

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the triple dog & the power pup allow you to adjust shift frimness, shift points and diff tire sizes.

Give us a call if you have any questions about them or would like to order a power pup and outlook package.
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The Tripple Dog shifts on the fly with or without the outlook monitor. The Power pup has to have the outlook monitor. You have three different trans. files. Aggresive is for the quick shifting. I suggest this one over 75 HP. Second is the smooth trans. file. I have been told this one shifts very smooth but I have never ran it. This one is good for 75 hp and below. You also have stock which is you stock trans program. Do not go over the tow program in this one. As for EGR valve being shut off, no it does not. You might want to look into the TS 5X but it is not a shift on the fly. But if you want gobs of power but safety is a concern the SCT is the way to go. But as you stated you want the shift on the fly programmer Bully Dog is the way to go. I have ran the Tripple Dog for quite some time and it does make some excellent power.

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Changing power levels on the fly is a nice option, but the newer 6.0L trucks have a greater thru put ratio for data transfer. I can go from my Extreme race file to Street Performance in under a minute. It is a Innovative Diesel custom SCT Xcal2 and I love it. For adjustability you could also consider an Edge Platinum setup or even Banks. Bullydog is good as well. You will get better power from a Custom burn SCT hands down. Lots of choices lol.
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