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should I get a new chip/reburn?

I got a dp tuner chip for my truck when all I had was a diy intake and 3" down pipe with a straight piped exhaust, but since then I have also added a irate diesel e fuel conversion and a 5" exhaust. Would I get anymore power gains with a reburn? If I do, should I stick with dp tuner our go with something different? My end goal is to have a truck with more pep because I really don't do much towing.
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It's probably not gonna add much more power, but if your happy with dp then keep using them, you could try another tuner if your interested however, I've had great luck with TW

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I got a dp tuner chip for my truck when all I had was a diy intake and 3" down pipe with a straight piped exhaust, but since then I have also added a irate diesel e fuel conversion and a 5" exhaust. Would I get anymore power gains with a reburn? If I do, should I stick with dp tuner our go with something different? My end goal is to have a truck with more pep because I really don't do much towing.
Switching to E-Fuel and adding a larger exhaust do not require any tuning changes. However, if your tunes are outdated, they can be updated. How long ago did you get the tunes?

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