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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 04-29-2007, 08:41 PM Thread Starter
 
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hey guys i got a 2000 dodge iam thinking of stacking an edge comp box on my tst comp box or if there is something you have found that works better let me know thanks!!
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If I were you I would look into a power puck or a EZ. A comp will do you no good because you cant tap the wire with both pumps. Some say the Smarty is the best but I have minimal experience with it and it did not like my trans.

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Smarty and edge are a great stack.

First of all you do not want to stack the TST with an edge comp its the same type of box. You want to stack a fueling box with a timing box.

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If I read that right he already has the TST comp box. Stack it with one of the mentioned above.

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Sorry about that.

Just stack it with a smarty you wont be disapointed

2002 dodge 2500 4x4, ATS stage 5 tranny, ATS billet flexplate, ATS torque commander, ARP headstuds, BHAF, custom S300 64/14 turbo, Big FASS fuel system, Industrial 10 holes, .093 tubes, Edge juice w/ attitude, smarty, Haisley streep puller cam, Hamilton Diesel head and orings, PDR valve springs, ATS exhaust manifold, Gauges, 285/75/16 BFG allterrians, front and rear replacements, and 5" exhaust.

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ok thanks alot guys
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if thinking of stacking a smarty with a comp it run great but you will lose hp on the dyno. i lost 70hp with mine one level 8. my truck didnt like the smarty on level 9 with the comp

now own 2007 5.9 6 speed afe stage 2, ppe programmer, 5inch silverline turbo back

traded it in 01 dodge, dual disc, drag comp, head o ringed and studed, stock turbo
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