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Tony Wildman Reburn & chip burner

I need to get my chip reburned. Problem is IDK if the order number from stealth automotive will work or if I need the Total Diesel Performance order number stealth got from TDP. I havent gotten a response back from Raul. just putting it out there if anyone has any experience with this. Also, anyone have their own chip burner and if Tony would email tunes to me if I had my own burner?
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I spoke with Raul about getting mine reburned before and he said he could get the number you need to give to Tony from his files when you ordered the chip.

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Just sent him an email, hope to get a response by the end of the week.
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tony is pretty quick about responding. usually emails me back the next day anytime I email him.

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yup, put the chip in the mail yesterday!
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Quick question. I have a TS 6 position chip on my 01 f350 7.3 (124,000). I need a reburn because i bought the truck from a Ford dealership so I dont know what the options are. When I go to mail the chip, will the truck still run without it or do I need to put a stock chip in for the time being? I've never been one to chip or program a truck so I'm not exactly sure how this stuff works. Sorry for the dumb question, I'm still learning
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Truck will run stock without the chip. The chip only alters parameters of the PCM. Are you sending the chip to Tony for the reburn?


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I havn't even looked into it yet but I know I have to soon just to see what I got. I only know #2 is high idle. Any recommendations for who I should send it to?
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Is pay the money upfront ($150) and send it to tony at total diesel performance.


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