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Old 12-18-2008, 10:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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My brother is considering buying a 2002 24v, and will obviously modify it I heard the TS MVP and TST is a good stack, could a smarty also be stacked on too? Also, I was told the edge comp and the edge juice with attitude were both the same, except one has the monitor (attitude). I was also told the edge chips are better than the tst. Have I been well advised or not? Please give your opinions on power and fuel economy, but my brother wants about 700 horsepower.
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Old 12-18-2008, 10:09 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I didnt know edge made chips. What flavor are they?
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if you want 700hp get the QUADZILLA Adrenaline, or the bluechip redline, and stack either with a smarty. then some huge sticks, head work turbos, and possibly some gas
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edge makes a good but safe product, it has all the safety features for back down, etc however if he wants to achieve 700hp he is gonna need some major work done to the truck as far as mechanical and electrical, im not real up to date with ts, but the tst is a good choice, also look into the quad adrenaline, makes a great choice also, but make sure you have the right setup to supply his fuel demands also, if the vp44 takes a dump he is in trouble i promise, they are not cheap by anymeans...
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There are no "chips" designed for the cummins! 700 hp is quite the mark....it can be done...but gonna need a good amount of work! Go with the Adrenaline....he will be very happy with it!

Yes the comp and juice w/att. are the exact same....only juice has the monitor for guages and features!
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So the adrenaline adds 180rwhp? Isn't there a tst update that achieves similar numbers? How is the fuel economy with the adrenaline and is it stackable?
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I love my ADR....mileage is hard to say with every driver and truck but I average 18 both town and higway and have hit 20 a couple of times on the highway! You can stack the ADR with a smarty....makes a wicked stack!

The TST is a fuel only box...you will need a timing box to stack on that!
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