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Chips?

Sorry to bother you all again on ? But is it possible to run a bully dog programmer with a ts chip on a 97?

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I would bet not (and why would you want to?). The programmers usually "replace" the PCM programming. "More" is not necessarily always better. I would contact one of the custom tuners out there (Tony Wildman @ Total Diesel performance, Matt @ Gearhead, Jody @ DP Tuner, Bill @ Power Hungry Performance, Swamps Diesel, Beans Diesel Performance) and tell them what you are looking to achieve. Cheers!

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Thanks, was just curious bc I know you can on Cummins, was just wondering

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Those Cummins guys end up buyin an awful lot of trannies too. Could be related to driving style though.
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Na dodge trannys just suck but I don't think you can because each chip will override each other and the last chip you put on will be the one ur running on


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You can, if you have a chip on it will run off of that instead of what's loaded into the PCM. Pick one and leave it.

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Sounds good thanks for ya'lls time

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Yeah, you don't want to stack on a 7.3....wouldn't help, anyway, as the chip overrides the PCM programming.

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I have a ts6pos chip, custom tunes, but saving up for hpop and injectors, after I put a bunch of time n money into body and paint

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