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I dont know how to post a poll, so heres what I'm looking for:

Chips - TW or DP
No need to bash the other one, just state which one you prefer & why

Exhaust - 4 or 5"
I'm already set on getting it from FarmBoy, but would the 5" benefit me at all if I am limited to a 4" down pipe?

Just for your knowledge - 2002 crew cab, short bed, 7.3L
The only mods so far are gauges, wastegate mod, wicked wheel, tymar intake, and FPR mod.
Future mods obviously include a chip & exhaust, but I dont know hao much farther to go than that. It is my DD, that I rely on to run my business, so I have to maintain reliability & fuel economy.

Tymar intake, TW chip, ITP boost fooler, HP X-over line, single 6" miter stack with slip in muffler, JW valve body, wicked wheel, 6.5" Pro Comp lift, Pro Comp traction bars, Motometal wheels, 37 x 13.50 Dick Cepek Mud Country's, Autometer gauges in quad pillar pod, Garmin GPS
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tony wildman and 4inch exhaust.



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i'm happy with my dp..

EARLY 99 PSD. 7.3 F 250 SUPERDUTY LARIAT, 6 FT BED SUPERCAB. 6 SPEED 4X4. 65,000 MILES,

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pillar mount, isspro gauges egt, boost, fuel pressure..
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tw chip because that's what I have. might try the dp chip down the road just to see.
4" exhaust

2002 f-250 4X4 XLT 7.3,
stock tranny
DP-Tuner F6 chip
mbrp ss 4" turbo back exhaust
diy intake with zoodad mod
3 pilllar guage setup with autometer guages Thanks Raul
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i love my dp and as far as exhaust you need to be pushing some serious power to need a 5" i belive actually if your not pushing the power you lose bottom end going to 5 when you dont need it

traded it for an 06 dodge sorry
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I'm going with the DP and 5 in. when I do mine. You may not NEED a 5" but have you ever heard one?

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Early 99, regular cab, Six Speed, Wildman Tuned, Red wastegate line MIA, muffler MIA, Isspro EGT/Boost, DIY Tymar, EBPV Switch, a slipping South Bend, 2.5" leveling kit, 35x12.5 BFG All-Terrains, 16.5" American Racing wheels SOLD

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I love my DP. I went with the 4" MKO and for the price I couldn't say no. The fitment was excellent.

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DP-tuner I love mine and a 4in exhaust I have an ATS and sounds great
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Dp Tuner their tunes are great and their customer service is the best. I fried my chip and Jody sent me a new one no questions ask now you just don't hear of that anymore.. I have 4"dp with 5"stacks from grand rock and it sounds awsome.

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Tymar intake, TW chip, ITP boost fooler, HP X-over line, single 6" miter stack with slip in muffler, JW valve body, wicked wheel, 6.5" Pro Comp lift, Pro Comp traction bars, Motometal wheels, 37 x 13.50 Dick Cepek Mud Country's, Autometer gauges in quad pillar pod, Garmin GPS
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