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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 01-19-2006, 07:55 PM Thread Starter
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Stacking Boxes and Programmers

I know you guys have done it... What Combination works best for you??

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Stacking dont make the power of a single program TTS Xtreme, no need to stack
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i have the ppe hot+2 and the van aaken stack on mine. works well

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i have dr.performance and superchips with a 100 shot of nos!!
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I know the Superchips and Edge/Attitude don't like each other too much.
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I've been playing around..

I have the TS MP8/Edge/and Preditor Programer.. These three seem to all work well together

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Just keep an eye on that predator phil....it gets kinda warm on the LB7.
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quad and juice or ppe hot and juice, they make similar power to the xtreme i definatley wouldnt be scared to run my ppe juice stack against the extreme. not hating on the extreme b/c i havent actually had one but ive seen the numbers and some good stacks are very competitive .
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Ditch the predator and buy a BIG programmer like the PPE Hot, or Quad. That is IF you know you want to stack. As Philip said, there are better options than stacking. cough:TTS:cough

Be easy on Ms. Allison when going into 5th, until you get the trans...

If you are eventually going to go with a drop in trans, I wouldn't worry about beating on the tranny. If you are going with a kit to save some dough, do it now or keep the box turned down. Your trans. will think you for it when you go to rebuild.
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Trust me I keep em' all down all the time...

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