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power chips throwing codes

has anyone had a trouble with bully dog or ts performance chips throwing codes and reducing power on the high setting, was told 30% is to much on the 9.0 liter engines.

has anybody had any luck with the steinbauer chips? or the agricultural perfprmace solution chips?

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Re: power chips throwing codes

hi

All machines aren't the same some will take the full 30 and some will not.

All the units I sell now has a variable control on them so they are more adj.

Also may be nothing more than need the fuel filters changed.

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i have two ts performance chips they worked on my 2 9660's with 9 liter but the last two sets of 9670 i have had they just throw injector codes. On my 9660's the chips made them into harvesting hotrods it made a heck of a difference just not 15000 dollars of difference in my book to buy a 9760. It got to the point that my brother and i would turn down each others chip when the other wasnt paying attention or gone just to mess with each other. I wish i could find a way to update my chips so they work again or find some new ones that work
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Re: power chips throwing codes

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You may need to look at a different setup for the newer machines.
Do the TS units connect to the fuel sensor as well as to the manifold sensor?

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Re: power chips throwing codes

put a ts chip in our 9660 with 9L last year, and it blew black smoke and cut power when it was dialed up all the way.
just left it in the middle since then, can't say that i noticed a noticable difference with it either on or off.
which way is turned up on the dial? clockwise i assume?
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Re: power chips throwing codes

Yeah amax it hooked to the fuelsensor and manifold sensor it just trows individual injector codes right now

Greenseeder it sounds like you have a bad chip i would send it back for another one the only time mine blew black smoke was when it was really cold out like in the lower 30 degee F at start up but to get around that we just turned them to stock until everything got warmed up
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No Warranty and blow that engine UP.
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Re: power chips throwing codes

Tom why is the engine gonna blow up? and why would there be no warenty just gotta move the plug without cutting the cable right?
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Re: power chips throwing codes

If the combine devices are like the pickup devices some of them will leave an "artifact" in the ecm. I have seen truck engines that were denied warranty claims because of just such and item. On the other hand I have used a Hypertech unit in my duramax truck for 7 years and 170000 miles with not a bit of trouble. A little care and common sense works wonders.
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Higher than specified fuel delivery increases cylinder firing pressures as well as the amount of heat energy released into the combustion chamber. The resulting higher engine operating temperature reduces the fatigue strength of the pistons, dramatically decreasing their life and reliability

The axles, final drives and PTO are sized to match the power of the tractors. Increasing the power will reduce the life and cause premature failure of all load-carrying components of the total drivetrain

Try moving the plug without cutting the cable.

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