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Tuner for low end power?

Ive been looking at picking up a 6pos chip lately. What tuner offers the best low end /off the line power. I do mostly intown driving and would sacrifice peak hp numbers for more snappy throttle response and higher torque. I was all set to go with PHP but read that there tunes are pretty conservitive untill your into about half throttle. I'm thinking its between Beans, Tony Wildman, or DP. Any opinions and advice on the responsiveness of them?
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We can set you up with a chip and some tunes if you are interested. We have tunes available that are very aggressive off the line.

Let me know if you have any questions I can help you out with.

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Op, you realize down low fueling is what kills motors right. Don't you think there is a reason the big name guys don't fuel hard down low. A lot of 7.3 motors have met early deaths because of fueling and timing being to aggressive in low rpm. Some food for thought before you break a rod.

Sold 2001 f250 ccsb 4x4 400/400, dual terminators, swamps 80mm bfh, headers, bts and all the usual supporting mods. 715hp fuel only.

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