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post #1 of 32 Old 10-04-2007, 10:11 AM Thread Starter
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Wildman tunes installed

got it done took it for a ride all I can say is WOW what a difference from the superchips...Tonys economy tune is about the same as superchips 110 hp tune and blows more smoke ... and well the extreme tune, it kicks a$$..love all the tunes so far and high idle is the sh!t.. my tow tunes feel like I could pull a house off it foundation too..the off idle throttle response is wicked too.. not quite sure how he did that but I LIKE IT!!

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I am gunna drive around tonight after work for a bit and see if that 24V is out and about ..

If he is, I'm gunna give him 7.3 reasons he shouldnt have bought a Cummins and 7.3 reasons he shouldn't have blown smoke on me !!!

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how much did that set you back $$$$

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Not really hyjacking your thread but, just asking for a little more on it. My bud has a 7.3 and about to switch out his superchips tune. He was asking me about what worked best with his truck. Being a 6oh guy, I had no idea. He needs gauges too so he was thinking about a livewire type setup. But I wasn't sure if the livewire did for the 7.3 as can do for the 6.0. Can you explain why you chose the setup you chose? TIA and hopefully you get the opportunity to get a little payback from that 24v.
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Not really hyjacking your thread but, just asking for a little more on it. My bud has a 7.3 and about to switch out his superchips tune. He was asking me about what worked best with his truck. Being a 6oh guy, I had no idea. He needs gauges too so he was thinking about a livewire type setup. But I wasn't sure if the livewire did for the 7.3 as can do for the 6.0. Can you explain why you chose the setup you chose? TIA and hopefully you get the opportunity to get a little payback from that 24v.
When i first got onto this site and was asking some of the same questions about the live wire, some of the guys said it was more for a six o than a 7.3..
and that i'd be happier with a chip.. I went with dp, but from what i read your friend wouldn't be making a mistake from wildman either..
i couldn't be happier with my dp... someone with more knowledge will weigh in soon..

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I love my Wildman chip. My heart was racing the first time I tried the extreme out.

I noticed the differences in throttle response also. You can even tell the difference between his tunes. The tow tunes seem to come on a little easier in my truck, I guess to take it easy on the clutch. The daily driver tune is very peppy, but doesn't throw excessive amounts of fuel out of the tail pipe. I just can't say enough about his tunes!

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MAN! I am so envious! Congrats and can't wait til you smoke the dodge

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SWEET Chris! Looks great!!! I can't wait now



And DEFINATELY let us know if you find that 24v!! Get a VID! lmao
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Is there a website with Wildmans stuff on it? I thought I remembered one from a couple years ago when I was researching what was available for a 96 PSD before I tried to get it.

Oh yeah, congrats. Ive heard only good things about his stuff. Just wondering, what are hp ratings for each level?

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