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i have a 2000 24v. kinda new to the diesel scene, just wondering what will stack on my edge j/a... also have exhaust and air intake.. thanks for the help.
 

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anything that doesn't do timing. Blue chips Red line box, or a smarty, would do it. What are you looking for out of the stack. Without injectors, you aren't even seeing the full potential of your Juice w/A. The only benefits you'd gain from a stack at this point would be different fueling algorithms from the smarty, or more rpm from the redline box. Its been said that a smarty stack can also get you to 4000 RPM, but thats highly debated, and I don't have the experience with those to comment.

What trans do you have? You'll need to address a couple of things if you haven't already.
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yea fill your signature out, it makes it easier to give suggestions
 

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I have a 5 speed trans. with a south bend 13in upgrade clutch/flywheel assembly.. and i have stage 2 injector nozzels that I havent installed yet. I am just looking for more power without goin to nitrous or propaine
 

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how do u like the super B turbo stroke?
 

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sstockton said:
Its been said that a smarty stack can also get you to 4000 RPM, but thats highly debated, and I don't have the experience with those to comment.

Sean
I wouldnt doubt it...i don't hit 4000 driving or pulling by far b/c of FP, but when I rev in N It hits every bit of 3800+

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I really like my super b, but if i could do it over again i would find an s300 and pick the exhaust housing that i wanted for it. The only difference in the s300 and the super b is a small piece of metal that says BD POWER and a warranty. I think you could save a few hundred by buying an s300 from someone.

If your looking for more power you can do a couple of things. I replaced my turbo early because there isn't alot of potential from an hy35 but the hx has a little more growing room. besides you need to think about getting a fuel system before you even put the injectors in.

If you want more power look at bigger injectors, then look at a bigger turbo or twins. (i know its two different worlds) but i have a friend with a common rail and he is making just over 600 hp with a single 66/72/16 and his egt's are manageable and it spools very quickly. after a turbo you my look at stacking programmers. The smarty is the most common stack with the juice/attitude but any fueling only box will work also.

First i think you should put your nozzles in and see what you think. then look ahead.
 

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thanks for the help guys.. you dont happen to have instructions in install thsose nozzles do you?
 

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HCCUMMINSSMOKE said:
I wouldnt doubt it...i don't hit 4000 driving or pulling by far b/c of FP, but when I rev in N It hits every bit of 3800+

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Your not doing that on stock valve springs. If so your asking for it!!
 

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Your not doing that on stock valve springs. If so your asking for it!!
I only did it twice in Nuteral w/ my Smarty on 8 and Comp on 3x5 to see how much smoke I could make...
 

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Any dry rev is hard on things! I know this from my experiance with chevy small blocks. My motors could sit there and spin 6 or 7,000 rpm's all day as long as there was a load on the motor. Such as turning all four 40 inch tires in the mud at about 60 mph sitting still. But I've also seen them scatter while revving in neutral. I reallize a cummins is not going to rev like a small block, but it's still something to keep in mind!
 
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