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CP3 Bag-O-Parts

I was wondering how the the bag-o-parts would help my truck if I'm only running an Edge juice w/ attitude, and possibly stacking a bully dog in the future. I'm not planning on getting injectors higher than 90's if I get any at all.
Any info would be great
And why call it a bag when it comes in a box?

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Save the cash, also be careful when stacking the bullydog and edge they both add timing! People have had problems with the bag-o-parts from II lately. Just go with a larger cp3.

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if you're getting larger than 90's, it would be best to go with a larger pump like stated above. however, if you decide to stick with 90's or smaller use the arson 3 kit instead of the bag-o-parts.

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First off, the bag-o-parts or any cp3 kit for that matter, is not going to gain you any hp unless you already have injectors.

If you still have stock sticks, a higher flowing cp3 isn't going to do a thing.

The reason people get cp3 kits is so that their cp3 can keep up with aftermarket injectors.

If you plan to do 90hp sticks, then I would say forget about the bag-o-parts (a lot of bad reviews) and look into an arson III. It's about the same price and a better kit.

Also, if you are going to do 90s and an arson III, think about getting a turbo. Your egts may get pretty hot with that EJ w/ A and a stacked bully dog.

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I have the bag o parts. I did notice a differance. but i too will be in the market for a pump in the future. programmers and nozzles are a lot for the bop, my opinion. If your going to get one, prob arson best bet. I grabed the bop for a reasonable price and couldnt pass it up

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First off, the bag-o-parts or any cp3 kit for that matter, is not going to gain you any hp unless you already have injectors.

If you still have stock sticks, a higher flowing cp3 isn't going to do a thing.

The reason people get cp3 kits is so that their cp3 can keep up with aftermarket injectors.

If you plan to do 90hp sticks, then I would say forget about the bag-o-parts (a lot of bad reviews) and look into an arson III. It's about the same price and a better kit.

Also, if you are going to do 90s and an arson III, think about getting a turbo. Your egts may get pretty hot with that EJ w/ A and a stacked bully dog.
Only thing i disagree on is the first 2 sentences. Youd be supprised how you can drain the rail with say..CrazyLarry and with it stacked with EZ like i have. Cp3 kits will help keep rail psi up, even with stock sticks.

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Well I'd love to just got and get new injectors and a new pump real quick but I can't afford that haha.
I was wondering about the bag-o-parts or the Arson II kit to keep my rail psi up at WOT. I'm thinking about the Arson II kit more, isn't that the first step to a modded CP3?

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Do you have a rail pressure gauge and are you sure your dropping rail pressure? With what I'm running I have no issues holding pressure 100% stock pump.

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I once my chip gets in. Edge has sent the wrong one 3 times. If they do it again I'm getting an upgrade to the CTS haha. But like I said I have just heard about the arson II kit was a good way to go for having a chip and for later on down the road.
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If that's all your running for fuel you'd be better off saving your penny's for a larger pump down the road. You won't see much if any gain.

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