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Old 01-29-2008, 06:56 PM
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who switched...TS chip to TW chip

who has switched from a TS Performance chip to a Tony wildman chip/tunes?

did you have stock injectors? I "might" do sticks later down the road.

I'm wandering what the gain is over a ts chip. what kind of difference did you notice? was there a diff. on the dyno? i'm looking for a good reason to use his tunes. does anyone know if he can just burn a couple tunes instead of all six?
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heres a bumb cus i would like to know also i jus orderd my chip from tony
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I’m going to watch this post, I want to know too, I have been thinking about calling him up to retune my truck but I would like to keep 1 or 2 of my old tunes too.
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i wanna know to now if somebody how knows would chime in
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can a stock HPOP handle the 140hp setting on my chip? when i turn it to that setting the motor sounds different at idle, is the supposed to happen?
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can a stock HPOP handle the 140hp setting on my chip? when i turn it to that setting the motor sounds different at idle, is the supposed to happen?
Yes thats normal, what your probably hearing is the change in ICP (injector control pressure) its just the way the chip is programmed, high ICP makes more power.
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Very interesting that we have no takers yet? hmm...
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I have only ran Tony's tunes so I have nothing to compare them to.
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