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can i run them both together or would ihave to get rid of the ez?
 

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Both add timeing so just run the comp.
 

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The comp also adds fuel right?
 

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They both add fuel and timing,and i dont no how you could even hook them up.Get rid of the EZ and stack it with a smarty on even #'s
 

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They both add fuel and timing,and i dont no how you could even hook them up.Get rid of the EZ and stack it with a smarty on even #'s
get rid of the ez and stack the comp with a smarty?
 

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get rid of the ez and stack the comp with a smarty?
Yeah it a good stack!!!!
Also upgrade it to the drag comp, fuels harder and longer!!!
 

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I did some wireing and had both the comp and ez stacked, didn't run any better lost 3 psi of boost and had some odd things happen at take off (poping and what not)
 

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Sounds like to much timing
 

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How much does that smarty help the bottom end power w/ the drag comp? Does it just fuel harder down there, so more smoke or different timing?

I'm contemplating on getting the smarty or not, or just get bigger sticks... not like I could cool them or anything, definately need a more air too...
 

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You put the smarty on there with injectors and a comp,you will have alot of bottom end power.You will get hot quick to without a turbo
 
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