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Looking To Do Mods To 02 Ho,some Questions

Hi, this is my first post niceto meet yall
OK i have a 02 ho and its used on my farm, i doheavy towing with it 15,000-20,000 lbs in new england, i also want something that will put them lil punks in there place from a stop light n leavein seein just burnin coal, and keep the truck in 1 pice,i know alot of that depends on how i drive also not spend mint and thats alot to ask of just few mods lol all thats done now is south bend heavy single clutch and dual 4'' open stacks, i was looking at the tst 3, edge juice, the new bully dog box with monitor,orany other suggestions im not goin ask whats best cause i know thats goin start a war but what are pros and cons an wht the hell should i stay away from? also i want to upgrade lift pump cause we all know what a POS the stock 1 is but dont want spend a mint and spendall weekend putin it in. thanks in advance yall
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Edge Juice w/ Attitude, and some injectors..

If you don't have gauges yet, the Juice w/ Attitude has the little digital display thing that serves as your gauges.
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I would say edge juice and a jammer II or III nozzle.turn the juice down to tow (assuming stock turbo) and level 5 to run on the street.

upgrade to a 62/12 charger and 150hp sticks and be really quick and you could probably tow the statue of liberty
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Hi, this is my first post niceto meet yall
OK i have a 02 ho and its used on my farm, i doheavy towing with it 15,000-20,000 lbs in new england, i also want something that will put them lil punks in there place from a stop light n leavein seein just burnin coal, and keep the truck in 1 pice,i know alot of that depends on how i drive also not spend mint and thats alot to ask of just few mods lol all thats done now is south bend heavy single clutch and dual 4'' open stacks, i was looking at the tst 3, edge juice, the new bully dog box with monitor,orany other suggestions im not goin ask whats best cause i know thats goin start a war but what are pros and cons an wht the hell should i stay away from? also i want to upgrade lift pump cause we all know what a POS the stock 1 is but dont want spend a mint and spendall weekend putin it in. thanks in advance yall
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So, let me get this right..

You pull relatively heavy, want all kinds of power, be 100% reliable, but don't want to spend a ton of money or time to do it....

I miss anything?
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If you dont wanna spend a lot of time and money for good power...your in the WRONG place!

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if you want somthing adjustable which it sounds like that is what you need,and you dont have gauges which you need those to then look into a bluechip fms box. it is an aggressive fueling box that is adjustable and has a built in monitor that will give you all of the information that you will ever need. this box also has a feature on it that will check the volts and fuel pressure to the vp-44 injector pump so that you know if your pump is healthy enough to start the truck and run down the road. it is a bit more expensive but it is deffinetlly better than an edge box. if you have gauges save some money and go with the bluechip apb it is cheaper than the fms and can be adjusted by a turn of a dial that you can mount anywhere. check out bluechip prducts.
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if you want somthing adjustable which it sounds like that is what you need,and you dont have gauges which you need those to then look into a bluechip fms box. it is an aggressive fueling box that is adjustable and has a built in monitor that will give you all of the information that you will ever need. this box also has a feature on it that will check the volts and fuel pressure to the vp-44 injector pump so that you know if your pump is healthy enough to start the truck and run down the road. it is a bit more expensive but it is deffinetlly better than an edge box. if you have gauges save some money and go with the bluechip apb it is cheaper than the fms and can be adjusted by a turn of a dial that you can mount anywhere. check out bluechip prducts.
Um...a blue chip box will add the same amount of fuel as a Edge Juice w/attitude, it monitors less parameters then the juice, and it adds no timing, yet costs roughly $300 more. Why would your waste your money on one?
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Cause the Bluechip works better w/ the VP44...and yes it does add timing, check out their website...you can actually set the box on "timing box" its on the middle button Right after Smoke Control and right before Race Option...

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thanks, for all the info guys, ya i know i was asking alot but never hurts to ask, as far as bein in the wrong place guess thats a matter of opinion, im a dairy farmer and work 15 to 20 hours a day 7 days a week so time is i dont have alot of and i use the truck 90% the time for work its not a toy so if its down its costing me lots money and time but i do want have some fun with it too when i can lol i got 10 other big diesels here to work on dont want to on the dodge anymore then have to lol as far as lift pumps options i know the fass is best but besides that?
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unless your LP is really bad and you dont want to do tooo much to it you could always slap on a Holley, and they're pretty cheap!

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