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Old 10-27-2012, 08:27 AM
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PHP 6 position

PHP has a 6 position for 295 and I was just wonder if thats canned tunes or what? sorry if this has already been answered. I searched and couldnt find anything on it
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Old 10-27-2012, 08:39 AM
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No it's not canned tunes. I finally ordered mine last Monday with stock, high idle, 40tow, 80dd, 120 race, and 140 extreme (since my hpop is showing excellent psi/duty % on my monitor). Looking forward to the install as I have a ts single 75hp canned right now.

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Awesome thats great news. I got a old gameboy style edge evo right now but feel like php would be better and safer. I'm just gonna have to call them monday though cause I gotta check the code on my computer. its a e99 body, the motor was made in late/early 2000, and i dont know if its got the early computer or not
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you will love you php chip compared to edge. night and day difference.
way more power, better shifting, lower egts.

regarding your computer
just pull the pcm out and get the code off of it. thats all they need.
there is instructions on how to get the computer out on the .org

its the computer far right against the driver side fender. 10mm socket.
then the bolts holding the pmc into its case are 7mm. the code is on the plug.
should be 3 letters one number, such as pmt1

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Old 10-27-2012, 01:29 PM
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10-4 this might be the best forum ive ever been on
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10-4 this might be the best forum ive ever been on

It's an internet forum; take everything you read and try to sift out the lies and half-truths.

Anyway, to answer your question:

Yes, in a matter of speaking, the "standard calibrations" that PHP offers are "canned". Bill wrote them to work for all stock-ish trucks. This means that if somebody else has the same PCM hardware as you do and happens to order the same calibrations from the calibration list, then you both will have the same exact "tunes". This is what allows us to offer our programming at the low price....but don't get the idea that we're the only ones that do that. "Custom" calibrations are only required for injector changes and some transmission stuff (or if you have a special request for tuning operation).

You can use the Evolution to get the PCM code. Well, you'll get the HEX code and that is even better (not that it really matters for a chip though) because it will tell us exactly what calibration is flashed to the PCM if Ford ever reflashed it. It will be seven characters and will likely begin with the letter "V". It will display the hex code when hooked to the vehicle when a performance flash is installed on the truck.

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Old 10-27-2012, 05:27 PM
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Lol i mean best as people reply and generally not dicks but any how


The code on my edge is vhaf5j3 not sure if that's what you was talking about or wifi can get any idea if that's the right computer or not. Ill probably pull the computer tomorrow and look at it. To dark to see now
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The code on my edge is vhaf5j3
XLE7 is your PCM code.

Early 99 computer.
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Old 10-27-2012, 07:16 PM
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Interesting so if my motor says 23 Feb 99 think I should upgrade the pcm
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Also got me wondering if I have a e99 Turbo or one that is suppose to be in my motor. Is their a big difference and how could I tell
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