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Old 02-10-2008, 08:11 AM
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Lightbulb Chip Choices,And Why?

Okay, I was wondering which chip is the better of the three for the 7.3L PSD. Dp , Ts , or the Bully Dog? I would also like to know what chip offers the most low torque, mid range, and top end, also MPG increase, and if one of these chips has a good black smoke setting for when you get a cumapart behind you. Im sure anyone would rather be stroked than rammed.



P.S-If i wanted a 6cylinder i woulda bought a jeep liberty.
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Out of those three a DP for sure. The DP is custom tuned to your motor He can write you whatever your looking for in a tune.
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of those 3 DP for sure
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ditto the dp
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Out of those three a DP for sure. The DP is custom tuned to your motor He can write you whatever your looking for in a tune.
u second that...DP or tony wildman are by far your best and most reliable chip choices....
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DP Tuner all the way, don't even fool with anything else.
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If your looking to go beyond a chip, such as big oil, turbo, injectors I would go with wildman so you don't have to pay the $50 dollars a tune to send it back to jody when you want it reburnt for the mentioned products

Luke
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Old 02-10-2008, 09:24 AM
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No, Im not gonna go much beyond that. Just the Usual Intake,Exhaust,Chip and Gauges, right now im runnin muffler and cat delete with 4" in place and 5" Tip though the tip quieted down the truck alot. also my stock intake has a hole in the bottom about 3-4" round...i dont know if it adds much more. but the truck runs really good. the problem with the hole is i gotta watch water gettin in. hope to replace with AFE soon. Had edge evo on once,in 100 horse extr. setting and black smoke crazy "overfueled" is what it seemed like..so intake is my next problem.
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Old 02-10-2008, 09:27 AM
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Also forgot to add that i would like more highway passing power. with 3.73 gear ratio. fuel mileage is good but it is a bit of a dog and with the 6-speed that probably helps the doggyness.
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passing power will come with the dp
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