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Old 10-16-2012, 06:40 AM
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Hello everyone, I'm a new OBS owner and have just done my intake and exhaust (DIY 6637 and Diamondeye turbo back). I think I'm now ready to do the chip or will be next payday. I have been looking around alot and just want to know what you all encountered when buying yours. I know I want a 6 position chip, most likely with custom tunes. what I'm mostly asking for is where you got them and for what price. I dont want to waste my money but I'm also willing to pay a little more for customer service and trust. But as always, affordability is high on the scale. Thanks ahead guys, any info would be great.
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Old 10-16-2012, 07:16 AM
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Power hungry performance good all the way around
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I.second php. That or Tony wildman from total diesel performance. Both are awesome!

Killing time on here with my smart phone....
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Old 10-16-2012, 07:30 AM
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Beans tunes are great... check out Whites Diesel Performance in FL.. he's a Beans dealer and is VERY smart.
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Old 10-16-2012, 01:20 PM
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Ok let me add another question, beans offers a "lope and smoke" tune. has anyone ever seen this or have it on their tunes? Im curious how well it works seeing as I obviously dont have a cam but it claims to make it act like it has an aggressive cam? is it worth it? if u have it do u ever use it? is it even as cool as it sounds?
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Old 10-16-2012, 01:23 PM
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I would stay away from both of those
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There is a reason other tuners dont offer thoes tunes.... i will just leave it at that
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Ok let me add another question, beans offers a "lope and smoke" tune. has anyone ever seen this or have it on their tunes? Im curious how well it works seeing as I obviously dont have a cam but it claims to make it act like it has an aggressive cam? is it worth it? if u have it do u ever use it? is it even as cool as it sounds?
they are pretty cool, but also cause issues with washing down cylinder walls. I'd strongly urge against it.
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Old 10-18-2012, 06:01 AM
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ok thats why i was asking. I just thought it might be cool to have it doing those sounds as i pulled through a parking lot and all those ricer kids are staring at me. hell, i just considered it cuz im not sure what to use as the sixth position. i definitely want a shift on the fly system but i really dont need all 6 positions. It seems like most of the tunes are based primarily around shift points... but mines a manual so thats of no concern to me. I dont need a bunch of tow/race tunes that are based on shift points, all i need to worry about is egts. now i do tow often but im not going for massive power levels nor am i going through mountain terrains and steep grades. i go around town or head down the interstate.
and ty all for ur inputs, i appreciate it all and im always willing to learn from someone who knows better or has been through something before.
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Old 10-18-2012, 06:45 AM
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Tunes DO a TON for an auto tranny as far as line pressures and shift points. But they also do a lot for egt's/boost.

Tow tunes will pull fuel and make for cooler temps, while still giving more power over stock.
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