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post #1 of 14 Old 07-15-2010, 07:27 PM Thread Starter
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Suggested Chip/Intake

Im getting a 96 with a manual trans. it already has a straight pipe, i was going to put gauges, intake and a chip in it right away. What intake and chip do you guys suggest. This is the first Diesel that i have owned, although i have a degree in Diesel Tech. i guess its about time to get my own PSD
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get a custom tuned 6 pos chip from tony wildman or php and as far as an intake if your mechanically inclined then make your own with some exhaust tubing a napa 6637 filter and some clamps

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yep go with a tony wildman or a php (power hungry performance) chip and do the 6637 filter witch is very easy to do.
Stay away from k&n filters and "off the shelf" chips like bullydog, banks, and edge

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I put an AFE Stage II cold air intake on my 96. sounds great if you like the whistle!! be carefull if you put an edge evolution 15000 programmer on it. i bought mine for $300 and thought i was gettin a good deal instead of 800 for the Tony Wildman custom chip. had the edge on my truck for an hour of driving time and my PCM went out. got a new PCM it and it runs good. next time I'll go with a custom chip. they cost more but i think they'd be worth it
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Tymar intake best flowing and filtering..TW my choice..we have them in stock..FYI TW chips are no way $800..their way under $500!
We also have complete Isspro guage kits, harness and senders, pod and full instructions. Most paint to match is available also.

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There better not be a dealer selling them for 800 bucks....

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I think im going to do the DIY Intake and shim the FPR, where do i need to go to order a chip from Tony Wildman or PHP???
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Tony just posted above you. His chips are $475 for 6 positions. You can go to his website "Total Diesel Performance" or a vendor on here sells them too. Raul@StealthAutomotive

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sorry for the bad info guys. i was looking at the 6 pos chip and combo price with all the gauges and pillar mounts. its $785 for the combo at Tony Wildman Chip/ Gauge Combo
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What gauges do you guys suggest??? I was going to get a Pyro and Boost. Is there anything else i should look into. Also i was told that shiming the FPR had minimal gains and was hard on injectors. Is this true? Is it worth doing?
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