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Western Diesel tune

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As the topic says. Do anybody here know anything about this tune on the 7.3l PST. I'm probably in search of a new 7.3 F-250 as my last one caught on fire yesterday. So I've been in search of a new on and i found one with this tune and improved trans. I dont know what upgrades that have been made yet. But as soon I know I will probably have some questions abaut this to.

And I will in advance like to apologize for any bad language as I'm am from Norway

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Hi

As the topic says. Do anybody here know anything about this tune on the 7.3l PST. I'm probably in search of a new 7.3 F-250 as my last one caught on fire yesterday. So I've been in search of a new on and i found one with this tune and improved trans. I dont know what upgrades that have been made yet. But as soon I know I will probably have some questions abaut this to.

And I will in advance like to apologize for any bad language as I'm am from Norway

In advance
Thanks
Morten
First off sorry to hear about your old truck. Hope everyone is ok.

Wow Western Diesel that is a blast from the past.

I am pretty sure they are out of business so you won't have any technical support if anything goes wrong.

Here is an article on them from 2002...

Diesel Wick PowerStroke Performance Chip Upgrade & Installation - Truck Trend

2002 F-350 4X4 ECLB 7.3 4R100 6637 filter w/ RiffRaff cover, 08 diff cover, 203* T-stat, HPX, Stancor Relay, 6.0 trans cooler, Zone leveling kit, 8'6" Western Ultramount
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Thanks. Everyvone is ok both pepole and horses.

Hehe that dont suprise me as I never heard of them. If i end up bying this truck i will probably buy a BD 6 position chip or some more known brand.

And thanks so much for your help. I'm now a little wiser

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Bd would be a horrible choice, get a ts if you get anything

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Okay. What is the biggest difference between the BD chip and the TS chip. And how sells this tune?

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Okay. What is the biggest difference between the BD chip and the TS chip. And how sells this tune?
tony wildman sells great tunes for the ts-chip

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Ok. Thanks. But what is the big difference between a TS and BD?

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Who are you talking about when you say BD?
If beans diesel, then you're good.
If you want a ts style chip look at
Php
Beans diesel but recently under no limit tuning and design
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Im sure I might have missed someone

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OPS. Sorry my bad to not specify. I mean of corse beans diesel.

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Ok beans is good. Bd is usually used for bully dog.

Sold 2001 f250 ccsb 4x4 400/400, dual terminators, swamps 80mm bfh, headers, bts and all the usual supporting mods. 715hp fuel only.

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