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which one works best. i have onboard air so thats no prob either.
do i need a torque converter controller also to make it worthwhile.

after ridin in a new truk thats got one i gotta have one. but his was a stick

is it even worth bothering on an auto truk
 

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if you wanted it u would deffinately need a lock up controller, without it you wont even be able to tell the exhaust brake is there
 

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like an ats controller ot just a lockup(mystery sw) kinda thing
 

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now that im not entierly sure of. i would probably say an ats that way u would have full control over the trans not just the ability to lock the converter, like i said im not big into autos but maybe an auto guru will throw somethin in here.
 

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Just a simple lock-up switch will work.
Don't make the same mistake many people including me did and buy a brake that replaces the turbo elbow.
It limits your choices immensely when you want to upgrade your turbo.
Get an inline, most of the major brake manufacturers offer them.
I have a BD and it's been great but have worked on and installed quite a few Pac-Brakes.
You can't beat Pac's customer service. They've given me brand new parts for five year old plus units for free.
 

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cool..ill be looking for a quote soon
 
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