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Old 02-10-2012, 11:35 AM
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finally ordered my php 6position chip

i ordered my php 6 position chip today with stock/25/40/80/100/140 what do you all think
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I think you're going to love it.


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You will never go back to stock!
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Old 02-10-2012, 01:17 PM
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i hope so im going to put a wicked wheel on the turbo and enjoy the truck
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I installed mine this week and havnt moved it from 120 yet! Goes in the shop monday for wicked wheel and dual exuast. Its like a new truck. You will be very happy with it.
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i dont know why anyone would put stock as there first tune... i used the drive-thru so it quiets it down,Hell 65dd overboosts it now,i couldnt get it to overboost with the wastegate off before the tuner
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With these tuners is a wicked wheel a good investment? Or can we run the trucks fine without one? I just ordered myself a TW chip, and I'm wondering if a wicked wheel would be a smart investment. Yay or Nay on getting one?
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Old 02-12-2012, 08:10 PM
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With these tuners is a wicked wheel a good investment? Or can we run the trucks fine without one? I just ordered myself a TW chip, and I'm wondering if a wicked wheel would be a smart investment. Yay or Nay on getting one?
Mines getting installed tomorrow but cant pick up my truck till tuesday. Will let ya know. But it's gonna cure any turbo surge so its worth the buy. IMO
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They say it actully slows you down,but can cure turbo surge-so install it and see if it surges,if it does put the wheel on.
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Old 02-12-2012, 08:34 PM
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They say it actully slows you down,but can cure turbo surge-so install it and see if it surges,if it does put the wheel on.
Someone on here did a dyno before and afer and lost like 1-1.5 HP.
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