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Old 02-06-2010, 01:04 AM
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BDP or TW chip

I'm looking into a chip for my new truck that I'll be picking up soon. I'm going to start with the usual guages, exhaust, intake. I've heard nothing but good things about TW tunes but has does anyone run Beans tunes?

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you cant go wrong with TW. im happy with mine, had it over a year now. im sure beans is alright too, esspecially if you run their D66 turbo
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TW or PHP
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Beans tunes are based from actual dyno-tuning, so you can't go wrong with them either.
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I have a 96 f350 powerstroke i only have a ts performance 6 position chip on my truck and i love it, my chip gives me 140 hp at the rear tires and it'll break my 37 inch baja claws lose on dry pavement
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My vote goes for beans tunes, I ran those and TW tunes on my truck, I was very impressed with beans tuning and very quick service
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I have a 96 f350 powerstroke i only have a ts performance 6 position chip on my truck and i love it, my chip gives me 140 hp at the rear tires and it'll break my 37 inch baja claws lose on dry pavement
not without injectors and big oil and fuel it doesn't
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I have a 96 f350 powerstroke i only have a ts performance 6 position chip on my truck and i love it, my chip gives me 140 hp at the rear tires and it'll break my 37 inch baja claws lose on dry pavement
Dont believe everything a box tells you
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not without injectors and big oil and fuel it doesn't
What he said

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Dont believe everything a box tells you
What he said.



*I like my TW
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