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Old 02-20-2008, 01:59 PM
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Chip Question

I have an oppurtunity to buy a TS Chip off a buddy of mine for only $150. Its only a 4 position.

I was really wanting a 6 postion from TW, so my question is if i was to go ahead and get the TS, and get it reburned by Tony, can 6 tunes be put on it, or is a 4 position limited to 4 positions.


you guys think its worth it?
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Old 02-20-2008, 02:17 PM
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You can put 6 on it... and the switch is adjustable to how many position it clicks to.
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well then i guess its definitely worth the money.

$150 for the chip,

and $150 for the reburn,

that should save me $175. guess i should jump on it!!!!!


thanks for the help man.
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i did the same thing, bought a used ts chip that had 7 positions, got it reburned to 6, and saved almost as much as you..... its just a longer process, but saves you a little cash.
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when you take the switch apart, there is a washer with a little metal stopper that prevents from moving past a set position, that is easily moved over 2 spots.
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Thats a great deal man CONGRATS
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Old 02-20-2008, 05:20 PM
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I guess the question is: What are you waiting for???
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I guess the question is: What are you waiting for???
hahaha.... oh so true
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I guess the question is: What are you waiting for???
nothing. haha. got just as fast as i could. went and got it an hour ago. sadly tho, i'll have to wait till tomorrow to put it in
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Old 02-20-2008, 07:26 PM
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when you take the switch apart, there is a washer with a little metal stopper that prevents from moving past a set position, that is easily moved over 2 spots.
ahh, alright. thanks man. couldn't have asked for a better answer.
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