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post #1 of 7 Old 10-03-2007, 04:42 AM Thread Starter
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Anyone upgrade from TS 6pos

Has anyone upgraded from a ts 6pos to something ells, was it worth it? I don't get any more power on extreme setting as I do on the 50hp setting, is there more to be had, or am I running out of fuel... or something? Thanks guys.

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without some of the supporting mods you probably wont see much difference out of the higher settings.

I started with a TS then had it reburnt with some different tunes. It did make a difference but the 120 and 140 settings are still lacking.

My recomendation is to upgrade to a DP chip. for stock injectors, oil etc they seem to have the best tunes straight out of the box vs TS.

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Call Tony Wildman, he will reburn your TS chip for you, some better burns might make you happy! www.totaldieselperformance.com

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to CSI. forgot about wildman.

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Call Tony Wildman, he will reburn your TS chip for you, some better burns might make you happy! www.totaldieselperformance.com
+1 here!
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I agree I am very happy with my tw chip. there is a noticable differance compared to the ts.
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i would go with the dp tuner

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