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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 08-16-2007, 06:37 PM Thread Starter
 
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Ppe?

I just have a few questions on PPE. Can PPE be changed on the fly like a triple dog can. Which PPE programmer is the best, and can u raise the rev limiter?:squish
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 08-16-2007, 07:40 PM
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It doesnt change in the fly, and it depends on what you want to do with your truck. There is no shortage of power on the PPE but you will definately need a built trans to run it on higher levels.

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well i'm planning on building my tranny. and I'm think about the PPE Hot excellerator. I was thinking about efi live. I have the triple dog right now so i kinda of will miss being able to change on the fly. What setting of ppe do most people leave their's on?
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let me assure you the ppe on setting 4(200HP)will eat the Crazy Larry,or thats the way it was on my LBZ and its better for your tranny not to have a adjustable on the fly programmer seeing the allison has a memory built in and when you are changeing settings and don't let the tranny relearn you'll run into problems sooner then a programmer that you can't adjust on the fly....
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I know that some people running the Hot +2 et are running it on level 10 with a built trans. I dont know what the life expectancy of your motor will be at that point, but whos here for all out reliability?

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let me assure you the ppe on setting 4(200HP)will eat the Crazy Larry,or thats the way it was on my LBZ and its better for your tranny not to have a adjustable on the fly programmer seeing the allison has a memory built in and when you are changeing settings and don't let the tranny relearn you'll run into problems sooner then a programmer that you can't adjust on the fly....

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