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love my php chip

check this out my chip on the 120 setting all throttle no brakes dead stop what ya all think any good

also some pics of my truck all cleaned up
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2003 f250 cc auto airaid stage 2,no muffler,automeater gauges, 2005 grille, ,2.5 leveling kit, Tekonsha P3, pioneer navigation system, NEW Rancho 9000XL and duel stabilizers duel grover 1510 emergency air horns php tuned stock,40t,80t,80dd,120r,smoke


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Looks good. I picked up my chip today and hope to have it installed next week!!!!


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2002 F250 7.3l Powerstroke
AFE Stage 2 Intake
MBRP 4inch Turbo back exhaust straight piped
Autometer gauges z-series pyro, boost, tranny temp
PHP F.U. Chip
4 inch rough country lift, 315/75/16 mud grapplers, and procomp 1069 16x10

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hold on you will be happy I just have to take it easy on my trans

2003 f250 cc auto airaid stage 2,no muffler,automeater gauges, 2005 grille, ,2.5 leveling kit, Tekonsha P3, pioneer navigation system, NEW Rancho 9000XL and duel stabilizers duel grover 1510 emergency air horns php tuned stock,40t,80t,80dd,120r,smoke


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hey bud

im stuck between tony wildman chip fer my 95 7.3,and php im really thinkin bout the phenoix chip from php,but im hearin that tony has the best and most powerfull...what do u guys think???? jus a lil info and ill go on and buy one of the two...jus cant decide
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Well I went with the FU package. Havent installed it yet but I will next week. I choose them because I felt like it was safer and it seemed to have more features, like the burner. I also liked the fact of being able to change up the tunes. I know either one will be good but I felt more comfortable with PHP.


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2002 F250 7.3l Powerstroke
AFE Stage 2 Intake
MBRP 4inch Turbo back exhaust straight piped
Autometer gauges z-series pyro, boost, tranny temp
PHP F.U. Chip
4 inch rough country lift, 315/75/16 mud grapplers, and procomp 1069 16x10

dads
2011 F350 SRW CCSB KR 6.7l Powerstroke
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im stuck between tony wildman chip fer my 95 7.3,and php im really thinkin bout the phenoix chip from php,but im hearin that tony has the best and most powerfull...what do u guys think???? jus a lil info and ill go on and buy one of the two...jus cant decide
If you're wanting the most power out of your truck (I assume it's the OBS in your signature), you will be stuck with 60-70 HP maximum out of at the most. ANY tuner can get that out of your truck.

It's the nature of the beast. Stock-injectored OBS trucks are limited to about 60-70 HP over stock while the SD trucks may get an extra 100 or so.
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