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Old 01-07-2013, 01:15 PM
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Edge Tuner?

Alright guys heres what I got goin I know its not hard to pull 300hp out of the psd I've already got a 4inch down pipe and exhaust soon im gunna get a AFE stage II intake but as far as a tuner or even chip goes I wanna see what you guys think im thinkin of the edge tuner or a banks 6pis chip but the truck has 289xxx miles on it and want the motor to last anyone have anythoughts on chips and tuners by the way the truck runs flawlessly no issues other than a oil on the drain pan.

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Try a PHP chip. Love mine.
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Try a PHP chip. Love mine.
I will look into one my only thing is I dont wanna spend ridiculos amont of money for one I would like to stay under 500 if I can and correct me if im wrong but the stock clutch on a manual PSD can with stand 300hp with out upgrading it at some point I would like to get a southbend clutch rated for 500hp and 900ft dont need that much power but a heavier clutch would be nice with towing.
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With a HEUI you want someone who knows what they are doing. PHP, Swamps, Beans etc all make good flip chips for the 7.3 and have been for years. You should be able to get a pyro and a boost gauge and a PHP or beans chip for under $500.
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With a HEUI you want someone who knows what they are doing. PHP, Swamps, Beans etc all make good flip chips for the 7.3 and have been for years. You should be able to get a pyro and a boost gauge and a PHP or beans chip for under $500.
I've already got my pyro and boost gauges and I looked up the php chip looks good think I might go with there new one the 17postion Hydra chip found one for under 400 I like that they already have programmes that you can download. Im not lookin for big power out this truck until I have another one so just over 300hp for towing and off roading will fine but I might look into one with less postions I dont see why anyone would need 17 postions unless there racing lol.
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I've already got my pyro and boost gauges
My bad, I guess it helps when you read the whole sig.

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I dont see why anyone would need 17 postions unless there racing lol.
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Variety is the spice of life...
lol Its all good and yeah thats true I was reading through some of there setups as far as a mildly modified motor and there is quiet a few of them but for the money I say wth why not but I need to finish my exhaust to lol it stops at end of my cab it gets a little loud in there lol.
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I ran a super chips tuner for 10 years. Put the hydra in a couple weeks ago and cleaned the dash off the first time I stepped on it. . There was quite a difference from tuner to chip. Stock to chip will surprise you.
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I ran a super chips tuner for 10 years. Put the hydra in a couple weeks ago and cleaned the dash off the first time I stepped on it. . There was quite a difference from tuner to chip. Stock to chip will surprise you.
Yeah im leaning more towards chipping it one of my friends apperantly just bought a php chip for his PSD so im gunna go check it out today.
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I use the edge juice w/ attitude on my 02 7.3 with an auto and 124K. It is nice. It is adjustable on the fly, and gives me the digital readout of boost, EGT, rpm, and backdown, which is the failsafe in case egt's get too high it automatically defuels. It is a little older model, but it works great and I have no complaints so far.
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