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php or tw chip? need advice!

I'm looking at either a tw 6 positon chip or a php pheniox chip, pretty much set on one of those. which one is better? I've only heard good things about both and a little input would be very much appreciated!
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banks is better than both combined
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just ordered my php today so ill let you know...
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i have a phoenix and no complaints. cannot give you an answer since i havent tried any of the others. If you just doing daily driver, it wouldnt matter
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Cynical comments aside, out of the two, you'll probably be happy with either. Call them and talk to see who you like better.
There is also Beans, Swamps, and many others also.



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both are great.... you cant go wrong with either...

here is some more info on the TW chip Tony Wildman Performance Chips
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does anybody know why tw will give you an extreme tune in an 03 and php will not, i know its becasue on pmr but why will tw tune it if its not safe?
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if you ask tony, he will say bill is great

if you ask bill, he w ill say tony is great

you cant go wrong with either. talk to each, see which one you like better.

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