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Old 10-14-2012, 10:53 AM
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who to use to reburn a ts 6 position?

new here guys. ive done some searchin here but didnt really find what i was lookin for.
ive got a 03 7.3 with stock tuned ts 6 position, afe big stage 2 cold air, wicked wheel, wastegate unpluged, 4" straight pipe turbo back. its got 164,000 miles on it. its makin 25-28 lbs like it is now.

im lookin to do either rosewoods stage 2s or swamps stage 2s. if i do swamps then ill have them reburn the chip butif i go with rosewoods (more than likely cause of price... like $1000 difference) then who would be the best to reburn the ts??
any info greatly appreciated
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Old 10-16-2012, 05:37 AM
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Wg unplugged and a chip? Wtf? Also wtf is a "stock tuned" tschip??????

Go with roses sticks and beans tunes.
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stock ts as in stock, high idle, 50, 75, 100, 140 settings
and the wastegate is unpluged as in its not controllin the turbos boost. with it unplugged the turbo will build untill it wont build anymore which in my case is 28lbs cause of the miles on it
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I think Tony Wildman does it the cheapest but I could be wrong. PHP has some authorized resellers who do it for them, beans also does it. Any one of them would be a good choice. IMHO
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I'm going with Tony Wildman (Total Diesel Performance)
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stock ts as in stock, high idle, 50, 75, 100, 140 settings
and the wastegate is unpluged as in its not controllin the turbos boost. with it unplugged the turbo will build untill it wont build anymore which in my case is 28lbs cause of the miles on it
So if the WG isn't controlling boost, what do you think is? Can you imagine how badly that turbo is overspeeding at higher rpms with the wastegate like that?
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there shouldnt be anything controllin the boost now. its prolly that my turbo has been raped an will only push that much now
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Old 10-20-2012, 07:12 AM
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an thanks for the input to guys!
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So if the WG isn't controlling boost, what do you think is? Can you imagine how badly that turbo is overspeeding at higher rpms with the wastegate like that?
Not to call you out in open forum, but dude do you REALLY have a clue on what you're talking about? You have made several posts over the past year ive been really watchign you and seeing the posts you make and alot of them are pure bs. The thing that's controlling boost is the amount of fuel and air it can suck into the motor. Stock turbos with a good tuned chip see 28 psi all the time. Mine did. When I went to stage 2s I saw 34 psi. Now thats over spooling the turbo. 28 is fine, anything over 30 and you're shortening the life of the turbo drastically. The stock injectors will only flow enough fuel to produce 28psi. Now, does that mean its as efficient as it can be? No, I spooled 34 with a larger exhaust housing. It made the drive pressures better, but still was too much for the stock turbo after a while.

To the OP. beans tunes are good, so are tony wildmans tunes. I'd go with either. I'd send you to php, bu they don't reburn TS chops anymore. Their dealers do, so of might contact one of their dealers. I like their tuning a lot. You will make decent power with the mods ou have plus injectors. I'd also look into riff raff diesels frx for your fuel. It will help tremendously!
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and the wastegate is unpluged as in its not controllin the turbos boost. with it unplugged the turbo will build untill it wont build anymore which in my case is 28lbs cause of the miles on it
Pulling the red line from the wastegate diaphragm only interrupts the electronic "boost regulator" that's there to help the PCM keep boost under 22 psi.

On stock tuning.

Anything with a recent tune/chip is already "disabling" that function.

Just FYI.

Your wastegate will still open when drive pressure overpowers it.
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