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single postion chip, upgrading to a 6pos chip

I have a single position ts 75 hp chip and I want to upgrade to TW tunes how ever I'd like to be able to have six and not just one.

Does anyone know where I can get a knob or if anyone has an extra one I could get?

Ive emailed TS several times and received no response.
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I think you need a new chip altogether, but could be wrong.



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If you have a gauge pod - you can order a lighted 6-position switch from KT Performance.
Diamond T 6 Position Selector Switch for TS Performance Chip, Green LEDs

I going to be picking up one myself.

If you don't have the gauge pod - you can order a single pod that goes over the steering column to hold that.
Like this one:
http://ktperformance.net/i-8038079-g...nsmission.html

I know it's a bit overkill for $130 total for just a replacement - but if you want - when I get mine ordered - you can have my old 6-position switch.


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after digging through that site a little more, here you go.
$35:
TS Performance Replacement Switch, For 6 Position Chip


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I think I'll actually do that led switch thanks for the link! A gauge pod is on my stuff to buy list as well so that works out well. Ts finally emailed me back they wanted 50 for the switch!
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I think I'll actually do that led switch thanks for the link! A gauge pod is on my stuff to buy list as well so that works out well.
No problem - hope that all works out for you.

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Ts finally emailed me back they wanted 50 for the switch!
They have to pay for they show/pulling rigs some how


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