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Anything to stack with Bullydog Downloader

I'm looking for some more power and wondering if there is a chip i could stack with my downloader. Thanks
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TST stacks well with bully dog, is it the power pup?

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That might be true on a Dodge, but TST is still betaing for the LLY.
BB, don't bother stacking unless you have a built tranny, you won't be able to use the power on the stock one.
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diesel_ram_man- The Tst and bullydog do stack very well, i actually have an 06 Dodge with that stack. My buddy has this Chevy looking for more power.

Noreaster- Next week he is ordering a dual disk clutch. Do you know how much longer TST is going to be?
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Ah just get EFIlive, makes plenty of power
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van aaken box would stack with it i don't know how it would run

07.5 LMM cc sb, suncoast 4, billet input and output, Fass 150, titan supertank, 5" exhaust no dpf and cat, efilive, 20x10 weld velocity, 305x55x20 bfg km2

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Edge stacks nicely with BullyDog, but as Noreaster said, get the tranny done first.
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the trans should be first on the list

07.5 LMM cc sb, suncoast 4, billet input and output, Fass 150, titan supertank, 5" exhaust no dpf and cat, efilive, 20x10 weld velocity, 305x55x20 bfg km2

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Thanks guys, this is a 2006 6 speed, most boxes i see say for only 2005. Will the Edge work on this 2006? I'm a dodge man helping a buddy out, i'm almost postive they did not put the the new motor with the six speeds, only the LLY motor? Anyone know forsure? Thanks
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Sorry, don't know about that.
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