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what would be a good choice to go with for a 2000 7.3 6 speed tranny, and pros cons against Superchips, Diablo Predator, TS Chip, Tony Wildman,
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I have had all the ones you stated and if i could do it over again i would have got the tw the first time around.


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TS chip with custom tunes...with the tuner you like, we sell them with TW's custom tunes. You will need guages and should get intake and exhaust mods..
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Always go with custom tunes, stay away from "canned" stuff like Superchips, Edge, etc. Like Cary said, it's necessary to start with guages first, and definitely preferable to get intake and exhaust squared away before getting some hotter tunes. I did an AIS (Tymar, AIS, AFE are all good here) and MBRP 4in turbo-back, next step for me is guages, then maybe some custom tunes.
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