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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 02-21-2007, 04:15 PM Thread Starter
 
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performance modules???

whats the best performance module as far as ease of use, ease of installing, and horsepower for the buck??? and of course reliability.... THANKS!!
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post #2 of 18 (permalink) Old 02-21-2007, 05:11 PM
 
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i would go personally with the juice with attitude i mean you go from 4hp to 120 hp over stock and it comes with the monitor so you don't have to buy the guages. that saves you like $200 bucks doing that.
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Thats what im going to. This banks stuff sucks. Infact, i've already takin it off and I'm driving a stock truck.issed:
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It's hard to beat Edge products for the Dodges.

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Old truck :"01" Dodge 3500 DRW. Goerend Bros w/ triple disk, Edge Drag Comp, Jammer Stage 5's, Turnbuckle, Dakota Digital and ISSPRO Gauges, BHAF,4" FLO-PRO exhaust, Vulcan kit, Holley Blue Pump, TC Lockup Switch, Snow stage 2, a few more little bits in the works

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Yeah i agree w/ the other replies. If you don't mind spending a little extra cash for gauges go the Edge comp or Drag comp route. If you'd rather not spend on the gauges and get it all in one, get the Edge Juice w/attitude. They are both basically the same box, but the Juice has the built in gauges unlike the Comp.

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Since I already had gauges I went with the Edge Comp... But you'll also find that its much easy reading a analog gauge over a digital. :Thumbup:

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did i shoot myself in the foot when i bought an edge ez? i dont want extreme power, just a boost when i need it in the mountains when we go to colorado, but wouldnt mind bein able to hook it up to the Attitude display. is that possible?
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I would of done the Edge Comp or Edge juice... Either way you have some serious pulling power in the hills.

EZ Edge is just a timing box since it doesn't hook up to the VP44...

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The Edge EZ is great if you only want a little more power and to get rid of the turbo lag. But if you want more power you will have to get a different box of a set in sticks.

As for hooking it up to the Attitude display, I am not for sure but I don't think that you can hook up.
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hmmm. i should return this lil ******* then. appreciate the info
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