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I'm not sure I do, I just got it, however when i priced the chips after reading the other threads I wondered why there is such a difference. The guy that cut for me last year was running a chip in his 9600 and has more power for the hills we have. I will run it for a while first before I decide if I need to do anything about more power.
 

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In western ND you should be just fine with your 9600. The engine
is not your limiting factor in cutting wheat, you will lose way more
grain out the ass than the engine will allow.
 

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Basically all you can do with a plug in module or 'chip' on the electronic bosch fuel pumps on those 7.6 and 8.1 deere engines is alter voltage signal to fuel rack. I have my preferences as to what brand I would suggest but if you've already got the TS Performance you might as well try it.
 

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Have 2 bully dog modules for combines 8.1 liter they pay for themselves in fuel economy very fast these have a selector switch for 10,20 or 30 percent I will sell for 150 bucks each as I traded combines a couple years ago and they are just laying around here.
 

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Basically all you can do with a plug in module or 'chip' on the electronic bosch fuel pumps on those 7.6 and 8.1 deere engines is alter voltage signal to fuel rack. I have my preferences as to what brand I would suggest but if you've already got the TS Performance you might as well try it.
That clears up my question. What brand do you suggest ck?
 

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I use part # RE1000 from Area Diesel Service on those applications. worke well and has lifetime warranty.

Edit: Most early John Deere machines to use the inline Bosch electronic pump such as 9500, 9600 combines or 8100 - 8400 tractors do not have in cab diagnostic port and I am still using a plug in module or 'chip' on these. Once it is a machine new enough to have in cab diagnostic port we can tune the machine with upgraded engine software from Ekotuning. This changes things quite a bit as we are then allowed access to any parameter in the factory engine management system and are not bound to the limits of plug modules or 'chips'. In simple terms we can reprogram anything the oem can.
 
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