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post #1 of 5 Old 01-16-2012, 08:26 PM Thread Starter
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Just curious if a TS chip (used) that's been on 2000 stick truck will work on my late 99 auto without having to be reburned?

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Id say no. For one, his was a stick...yours is an auto....2 different years

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nope it wont work....


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But it could be reflashed with custom tunes right?

99.5 F250 7.3 4x4 116,000 and counting
285/75/16, Zoodad, Stancor, CCV, 6637,TS w/PHP tunes
Autometer pillar gauges, Foil delete, FRx
4" turbo back straight pipe, Ported turbo housing
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yeah. If you can get it cheap enough it'd be worth it. I know php charges something like $125 (don't quote me on that) for a reburn. And $295 for a new chip. I don't know the pricing on other guys but if you can add $125 to the price of the chip and it's cheaper than that it'll be worth buying

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