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post #1 of 13 Old 11-28-2010, 03:30 PM Thread Starter
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Hey guys i have a 02 7.3 and a guy wants to trade me a bully dog power pup for a old superchips that i bought when i bought the truck. should i trade or stick with the superchips?
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Neither if that's a choice.



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i want something and those are my only two.
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If you gotta pick I'd pick the BD.
If you don't have gauges or anything upgrading the trans be gentle with it.



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ok thanks gauges n bigger exhaust are in the process just got the offer for the BD a week ago and sounded like a good deal
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Yea. Later on you could burn some custom tunes on it too.



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Oh sweet i didnt know that. How so i go about getting tunes on that?
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Any of the big tuners who use the TS style chip (multi position switch) can burn tunes on it. PHP, Tony Wildman, Beans, and a lot of others do.



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thats for the bully dog? It doesnt shift on the fly.
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Oh it's a programmer? Sorry thought it was a switch with a knob.



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