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post #1 of 8 Old 04-06-2008, 05:59 PM Thread Starter
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chip help

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well i heard that if i was going to get a chip for my truck (95 f250) that wildman chips are great. well i found this site-
Power Stroke 7.3 Chip-Programmer
on these chips about how much power would each stage give me?
it is the first one
if i was gonna get one, how many stages should i get?
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Didn't check the link, I would suggest getting a wildman chip. If I were you I would ask for a daily driver, and extreme. Unless you tow a lot those two positions should get you by. If you tow often get a tow program too.

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on this one it has 1,2,3,4,5,6 diff. stages, and each stage costs more.
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I would do the TW chip... you will be way more satisfied with it than any other programmer

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GET IT THREW RAUL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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It is the wildman chip, he is just looking on how many positions to fill on the chip. cause it cost more for each position that is filled.

personally i am getting all 6 because i like options. I wouldnt mind having more positions.

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I have 4 pos. TW chip. High idle, ecno, 80, and extreme. On the dyno the 80 and extreme don't show a lot of difference, but there is a difference in the seat of the pants feel.

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I have econo, daily driver, tow, and extreme. I really like tow.

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