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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 12-08-2011, 04:09 PM Thread Starter
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Wondering if anyone has tried this thing? Can I use it with my banks six gun that I'm really not using because the iq is a piece of F@%$? Or should i save my self like 50 bucks and get the quad stealth two? Or do I have to pay to upgrade the quad so it will delete the dpf? I'm really not all that interested in big tunes just want Kool sounding exhaust and maybe a few extra horses.

2007.5 GMC Sierra LMM Extended Cab Long Bed
5" cat back magna flow (No more cat or DPF)
Quad stealth2 with edge insight
MBRP down pipe
Cognito leveling kit
285/75r16 Goodyear wrangler duratrac stock PTO reims
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Nobody?

2007.5 GMC Sierra LMM Extended Cab Long Bed
5" cat back magna flow (No more cat or DPF)
Quad stealth2 with edge insight
MBRP down pipe
Cognito leveling kit
285/75r16 Goodyear wrangler duratrac stock PTO reims
8.6' western v-plow, Transgo Jr shift kit, PCV delete
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post #3 of 8 (permalink) Old 12-09-2011, 07:28 PM
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pay someone in your area $100 for a vin license on there EFI v2 to turn off the DPF, its as easy as checking yes or no

if your not happy with the power for the Banks then you need to sell it, dont stack chip on a Dmax

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FabFour bumpers, Rancho 4in w/Bilstiens, full Kryptonite steering with Cognito braces and trac bars,35x12.5 Toyo R/T on 20x10x4.5BS KMC Monsters
[BANKS intake,dual exhaust,intercooler]Diamond Eye down pipe, AFE tube, res. plug, PCV mod, 4094avnt, 60% over nozzles, PPE race valve & fuel pickup, AirDog 150, Fitch fuel catalyst
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Is it really stacking if its not a tuner its just for dpf delet?

2007.5 GMC Sierra LMM Extended Cab Long Bed
5" cat back magna flow (No more cat or DPF)
Quad stealth2 with edge insight
MBRP down pipe
Cognito leveling kit
285/75r16 Goodyear wrangler duratrac stock PTO reims
8.6' western v-plow, Transgo Jr shift kit, PCV delete
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Is it really stacking if its not a tuner its just for dpf delet?
yes and no, I have done it myself and dont see a problem as long as you are not adding fuel or timing with both. At the end of your post you said you wanted a few more hp so I was throwing out the warning not to stack fuel or timing

if you end up running the Banks and a DPF delete tuner together, take the Banks off, program it then reinstall the Banks

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FabFour bumpers, Rancho 4in w/Bilstiens, full Kryptonite steering with Cognito braces and trac bars,35x12.5 Toyo R/T on 20x10x4.5BS KMC Monsters
[BANKS intake,dual exhaust,intercooler]Diamond Eye down pipe, AFE tube, res. plug, PCV mod, 4094avnt, 60% over nozzles, PPE race valve & fuel pickup, AirDog 150, Fitch fuel catalyst
Mike L. SCIV w/1056 C3 oiler, EFI live, Duramaxtuner DSP 5, Edge Insight, ProFab manifold/up pipes & 3" short bridge/boost pipe
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ok. what about the quad stealth two, do you have to pay extra to get the dpf delete?

2007.5 GMC Sierra LMM Extended Cab Long Bed
5" cat back magna flow (No more cat or DPF)
Quad stealth2 with edge insight
MBRP down pipe
Cognito leveling kit
285/75r16 Goodyear wrangler duratrac stock PTO reims
8.6' western v-plow, Transgo Jr shift kit, PCV delete
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post #7 of 8 (permalink) Old 12-11-2011, 05:30 PM
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I believe its a download off the net which is free

2007.5 LMM CHEVY CC LT Z71
FabFour bumpers, Rancho 4in w/Bilstiens, full Kryptonite steering with Cognito braces and trac bars,35x12.5 Toyo R/T on 20x10x4.5BS KMC Monsters
[BANKS intake,dual exhaust,intercooler]Diamond Eye down pipe, AFE tube, res. plug, PCV mod, 4094avnt, 60% over nozzles, PPE race valve & fuel pickup, AirDog 150, Fitch fuel catalyst
Mike L. SCIV w/1056 C3 oiler, EFI live, Duramaxtuner DSP 5, Edge Insight, ProFab manifold/up pipes & 3" short bridge/boost pipe
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Kool thanks man

2007.5 GMC Sierra LMM Extended Cab Long Bed
5" cat back magna flow (No more cat or DPF)
Quad stealth2 with edge insight
MBRP down pipe
Cognito leveling kit
285/75r16 Goodyear wrangler duratrac stock PTO reims
8.6' western v-plow, Transgo Jr shift kit, PCV delete
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