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Old 10-06-2013, 09:54 AM
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6 position tunes

ive been looking at who i should get my tunes from. i have been looking at either beans or gearheads. does anyone have either of these.

it will be on a 97 f350. stock besides edge ez. i pull a 27ft 5th wheel. weighs around 7k. i mainly will be using tow and eco
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Old 10-06-2013, 10:51 AM
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I had PHP when my truck had stock injectors. I was very happy with the tunes truck drove great. I now have Gearhead with my stage ones. I am also happy with those tunes. I first used some other tunes with my stage ones and HATED them. I will not name names just wanted to say that there is differences in tunes.
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I had wildman tunes in my f250 and loved them
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TW....IMO best tuner for a 7.3.
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Had Beans and now have TW through Cary (^above^) Beans were quieter. Tony Wildman tunes are just that, wild.
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got a link to the tw tunes
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TW doesn't currently do direct contact tuning. For best service you need to use one of his dealers like Cary above. Going to TW site just redirects you back away from it. Contact Cary. Fastest TW tunes turnaround on the net.

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i appreciate it
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Had Beans and now have TW through Cary (^above^) Beans were quieter. Tony Wildman tunes are just that, wild.
didnt like beans huh? i thought about going with their tuning when i go stage 1s or 2s.
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ive been looking at who i should get my tunes from. i have been looking at either beans or gearheads. does anyone have either of these.

it will be on a 97 f350. stock besides edge ez. i pull a 27ft 5th wheel. weighs around 7k. i mainly will be using tow and eco
Just FYI. If you want Gearhead tunes you will need a newer pcm. dpc-422. IIRC???

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