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Well, I got my TW 6 position chip installed, a pyro on the way, got a gauge mount kit for the pyro (putting it on the steering column), got my BTM from napa. Just have to get it all installed. I already have a trans temp and diff temp gauges on the a pillar. I do lots of heavy towing so I like to keep track of the diff temp. I also have a 6.0 tranny cooler on the way. The truck runs pretty good with the TW chip. I didnt want to get into it too much till I get the pyro on it. I did a no-no and installed a k&n on it about 19k miles ago. Luckily I dont drive in real dirty conditions. Its coming off.

I have 2 questions, What is the napa # for the tymar? filter? To hold me over till I get the Ford extreme service filter kit. With the TW chip, Can I switch the chip while accelerating without causing damage to the engine?
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The part number is 6637 and I would not switch the chip while you are accelerating

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6637 is the filter number

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Let off the peddle all the way before switching. You do not have to be stopped, just
no pressure on the peddle. You could switch at any time, but you have no idea
what will happen if there is any throttle.

Keep out of it until you get the gauges. With stock exhaust and intake it can heat
up real fast.

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