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post #1 of 3 Old 09-03-2013, 10:24 AM Thread Starter
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programmer and intake????

i have a 2001 f250 with 130k on it with a 4" turbo back exhaust and a super chips tuner and i dont like it what is a good one to get i here sct or ts and a afe stage 2 intake?
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my personal opinion is that for a 7.3L i would only go with a custom tuned chip like this" Tony Wildman Performance Chips

the AFE stage 2 intake is one of the best cold air intakes you can buy..

we can get you a good deal on the whole setup if your interested... you also need gauges if you dont already have them
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I had the super chip 1705 didn't do much up graded to edge cts. all the difference in the world. True 110 HP to the wheel. Plus there are so many adjustments the superchip programmer didn't. Its pricy but worth it. I hear nothing but bad things when going with PCM chips. PCM's are very expensive to replace.
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