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Old 01-17-2008, 06:32 PM
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best chip for 7.3 liter

i'm looking into buying a performance chip/tuner for my 00' f350 powerstroke. anyone have suggestions as to which is the best or will get lots of horsepower w/o hurting my stock auto tranny too much?
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Old 01-17-2008, 06:34 PM
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from what i've heard dp is one of the best
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Old 01-17-2008, 06:34 PM
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tw!!! u can run probably 350 to the wheels before u need to upgrade i am guessing
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i have a DP Tuner with 80/120 hp positions... AND I LOVE IT! the 80 hp always stays on and it gives it a pretty good boost
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Dp Tuner is the best in my opinion. I haven't tried TS but I have had superchips, edge, and banks.
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if it was my truck it would have nothing but a tony wildman multi position chip in it!!!!
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^^ ya i've heard a lot of positive things about tony wildman chips.. they sound pretty stout... i had a superchip on my rig before my DP Tuner. the superchips aren't my favorite--that's all im gonna say about that LOL i still have it though ya never know when it MAY come in handy
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I'll be getting a Tony Wildman chip asap!
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if it was my truck it would have nothing but a tony wildman multi position chip in it!!!!
What do you know Escort boy!
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What do you know Escort boy!
you may know more performance wise...but ive forgotten more overall about these motors than you know:p
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