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Old 02-20-2010, 09:14 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Banks six gun vs. BD power pup

Ive got a banks six gun system now and i have a buddy that wants to trade me a bully dog power pup for it. Just tryin to get some suggestions on trading him or not? Will the power pup make my truck run any better than the banks? And can i download crazy larry settings on the power pup or is that just the triple dog?
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Old 02-20-2010, 10:30 AM   #2 (permalink)
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By better if you mean more power , then yes...the Pup will give you more power......but be ready to upgrade your transmission if you want to run the higher tunes.
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Old 02-20-2010, 01:04 PM   #3 (permalink)
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bully dog power pup vs banks

levi

I had a bullydog power pup it was a nice little programmer
seems like i remember it had a towing , performance & extreme tune
the extreme tune is a nice tune = 120hp

pretty much about the same as your banks turned up 100 %
the banks has minimal smoke as you know

the power pup will give you a little teeny puf thats about it

so comparing the two =almost identical overall hp

power pup will just give you a very small puff of smoke

nothing compared to a bullydog crazy larry / Tripple Dog

also the power pup will not allow you to upgrade to larry tunes

which are comparable with smarty on hp & smoke

hope this helps
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I would stack the Pup with Banks, this stack will get about 180 additional HP,You can add close to 250hp with supported mods, add some more hp for bigger sprayers,always remember the more HP the more $$$$.
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not a good idea because they both add timing !
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Old 02-20-2010, 09:25 PM   #6 (permalink)
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not a good idea because they both add timing !
Got over 50 Customers Doing it...some with 200k plus.You are NOT stacking timing on top of Timing...I personally have had the T-Dog PowerPDA/QI stack for over 3 years and 110k on the OD. Of course You need to Know what you're doing.
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how do you figure that ? the timing is not adjustable in power pup

unless timing is adjustable on the banks ?

otherwise they both add timing = stacking timing on top of timing ....
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One has to go through the other, just like putting on a boost fooler on your banks, it completely negates it. Stick with the banks, same power, won't roach your tranny or tc, trust me, and you have on the fly adjustment. BD is a pain in the , 10 min if you want to change your power setting...uhg. and you have your safety guards. and coding. you want more power, get the power puck...
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