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my 97 model 9500 with a 7.6L motor runs ok at best when it is dry, but in soft ground it is noticeably short of power. Has anyone used a performance chip to increase hp on one of these without screwing up the codes? I am considering putting a mechanical governor on it and running a throttle cable up front if I can't use what I have. As old as it is I really don't mind modifications if they work.

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I put in an ag diesel solutions chip in my 9570 and it threw a fuel pressure code on 30% and ran crappy at wot, but not much trouble on 15%. I was disappointed since it was not supposed to throw codes
 

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Ok.. so maybe they will still not quite work with the cpu.. Thanks for the replies..
 

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Hello, I am a technician at Agricultural Diesel Solutions and just wanted to give you more information about this question and our product. The module such as the one for your 9500 combine comes with four different positions ranging in 10%, 20% and 30% gains in horsepower and fuel economy. Understand all these ratings are "up to" their percentage ratings however lot of farmers see a lot of success in the high setting with no engine lights. This module is load based meaning while idling or under very light load it does not add power, under a light/medium load you will see some power gain, and under heavy load you will see the max gains. The specific part number for your 9500 is an RE1000. If you have any additional questions or would like more information on our products feel free to call the tech line number, send me an e-mail, visit the website, or our Facebook page.

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Agricultural Diesel Solutions
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