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I am considering chipping my 9750 for a little more power. Maybe 15 or 20%. Just wondering if anyone else has done this to there 9750 and if there were any issues? I'm looking at either a TS Performance or Agricultural Diesel Solutions chip. Does anyone think that one of these is better than the other or not? Or is there another chip out there?

P.S - The Steinbauer chips are a little pricey.
 

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I did some research and the motor is exactly the same as the early 9760's and they are running 340 hp compared to 290 in the 9750's. I checked the pistons, head, crankshaft and radiator and they are all the same. So i don't see an issue running a chip on my 9750 after finding out this info. What do you guys think?
 

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alot of the the farmers down here are running bully dog chips on the machines and we have several 9750sts with chips on them with not much problems
 

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I have sold a few Bully Dog modules and I have not had any issues. They have all been on cummins engines though. Have not had any experience with them on John Deere engines.
 

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Just put a ts performance chip in our 9750 havent got to run it under load cutting wheat yet and i actually wont be running that combine anymore as i have upgraded to a 9860 but i will be sure to let you guys know if we have any problems with the ts chip and how it works
 

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Have 2 bully dog chips out of 9610 combines will fit any 8.1 liter will sell for less than half,used them for 3 years worked great.Traded combines in.
 

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evan what kind of fuel consumption did you have with and without the chip? Also what size header did you run on them?
 
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