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JVD Torque Enhancer Box

Anyone ever heard of it? I have a friend that is running it on his truck and he was thinking about selling it.

It has 3 modes supposedly
stock / 70hp / 120hp

Could you stack a another box with the superchips? Also would a boost fooler benifit me too?

Is there a website with more info on this box. Or is anyone running one?

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Ah that box. It was Haisley machines box. They don't make it anymore. It does fueling and timing so it can be stacked with a smarty or a bluechip fuel managment system. How much does he want for it? It doesn't fool the map sensor. Its the only fueling box I know of that doesn't. However it was supposed to be sold with a A.D.D. so if you're thinking of buying it, make sure you get that with it if he still has it.
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I got a really really good deal on the box.

I see it is a Anti Defueling Device. I guess that is the same thing just a different name because in turn there both the same.

So i guess i will be fine to stack this box with the Superchips. I plan on keeping the superchips for my oversized tires to keep the speedo correct.

I also found there website for this also. But it doesn't look like they list the product anymore. http://www.haisleymachine.com

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The Anti Defueling Device is the A.D.D. that I was saying its supposed to be sold with, I haven't really played with one of these boxes just read a little about them. The ADD will fool the map sensor, so if that work then you should be good. I would just hate to always be defueling and throwing codes. Plug it in and see how it goes. I could be wrong, but I think that the superchips programmer advances timing as part of its thing it does, in which case you wouldn't want to stack it.
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And yes that is what came with it was the ADD it wasn't a boost fooler. You are correct.

Even if i ran the stock setting on the superchips programmer just to correct for the oversize tires. You would just only run one or the other. But not both. I am not going to max both boxes out. Just run the superchips as stock and the Torque enhancer for the power box.

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Oh thats fine, just don't run both for power adders. Those two combine would just be too much timing advance, the truck wouldn't run quite how it shouldd, and you'd be putting your HG at risk. But just correcting for tire size should be no problem, and the add has the built in boost fooler, so it sounds like you're all set. Hows your trans holdin up? At least your tires aren't too big, but if you're on it a lot you may end up needing a new trans in the future.
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Yeah the tranny has about 170,000 miles on it. And it slip's going into overdrive. I have been trying to leave this truck alone and just drive it but it is so hard to do. When you go to view the video gallery here. But i am thinking the ATS is not far away. I am going to try and make it last to next years tax season but only time will tell.

Oh and thanks for the help sean..

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Just to update this thread. I installed the torque enhancer last night and wow. I need a bigger boost gauge for one. It just pegged my 35psi gauge last night. This box is ****** is about all i can say. My truck is totally different now. I just don't understand why they quit making such a powerful box.

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