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PHP or TS performance

What chip should I get PHP or TS? I hear TS jolt the tranny and I don't want that, but maybe that's with all chips. What should I get?


2000 f250
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4inch straight pipe, dumped
gauges- boost, trans temp, egt
DIY afe intake
Foil Delete
BD thruster turbo
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php.
better tunes and better transmission management.

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X2 for PHP. running a hydra in mine right now. couldnt be happier. awesome shifting and a whole new world of power.

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PHP are custom tunes whereas TS tunes are not. However, TonyWildman, Swamp's, Bean's and other tunes are custom as well and great.



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Why not get TW customs.........................
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I think I'm going with php. But do u think I should go with heavy mods, 150$ more. The only heavy mod I have is turbo, so I was thinking of not going with heavy mod and just do light mod chip for 150$ less.


2000 f250
160,000
6inch pro comp lift
35 in mickeys t's
10K HID’s
boost fooler
hypertech stage 3 programmer
4inch straight pipe, dumped
gauges- boost, trans temp, egt
DIY afe intake
Foil Delete
BD thruster turbo
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I'd ask why the $ difference....custom tunes are custom tunes.
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i dont think having a bd thruster with stock injectors would really make you need heavy mod tunes for 150 bucks more.

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Should I go with the phoniex php chip or the new hydra php chip, 6 or 17 positions 130$ difference.



2000 f250
160,000
6inch pro comp lift
35 in mickeys t's
10K HID’s
boost fooler
hypertech stage 3 programmer
4inch straight pipe, dumped
gauges- boost, trans temp, egt
DIY afe intake
Foil Delete
BD thruster turbo
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I'd ask why the $ difference....custom tunes are custom tunes.
The difference is the work put into it. For a stock truck, there's not much work to be done. They're canned to a point. A slight change here and there for the customers specific setup. Once you start changing the go fast parts, a little more time has to be spent to set up the tunes for the parts you have. If you have a 38r on Stage 1, it's going to be different than a WWgen2 on Stage 1. Then HPOP differences, IDM, IPR, fuel type... All those things that are included on the order forms. PHP simply offers a budget chip for stock trucks that don't require much time on their behalf. When you get into a modded truck, their prices are on par with the other tuners. That's when you get into the real custom part of the tunes.

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PHP Phoenix, John Woods VB, NUC bypass, 6637

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