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Old 10-15-2011, 11:40 AM
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You can stack tunes quite easily, but you need to research what each programmer/chip/tuner will modify. I know guys that run the Banks six-gun and power puck with their Smarty Jr. or BullyDog GT. Only the programmer will overwrite the stock tune and save it onto the handheld. Things like the six-gun and powerpucks are piggyback systems that modify signals before they even make it to the ECM, so they can be used in conjunction with a programmer. They normally handle things like transmission control, boost control, etc.
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