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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 08-17-2007, 02:23 PM Thread Starter
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hypertech+puck stack?????!!????

i just got a power puck and it was a good investment for 160 now i found hyper tech i can get for 100 i now it's not the best but for now how would they work
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why?? have you done it

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Shut up Matt, I say stack away.
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Shut up Matt, I say stack away.
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why?? have you done it
No. However, common sense says stacking two junk products together won't make a truck run better.
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No. However, common sense says stacking two junk products together won't make a truck run better.
...truth there, i think that might be the reason they were so cheap! you get whatcha pay for...

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Two timing boxes is a big no no.
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I'm just going to re-iterate what they said, DON'T DO IT. I will add to that though. I say sell them both, and get a box that does fueling and timing. Or don't buy the Hypertech, and sell the puck and get a box that does fueling and timing.
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