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Old 09-07-2013, 12:44 PM
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PHP Phoenix and Supertuner 1805

2000 7.3 auto. I had a family member tell me they had a supertuner flashpaq 1805 for a ford diesel and they would give it to me. I didnt believe them so I bought a PHP with 25/65/80/120/whisper/antitheft.

Well they came through about 2 weeks after I get the phoenix. Should I just sell the ST or can I use it to fine tune things?

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Old 09-07-2013, 01:14 PM
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You cannot stack tuners. The Phoenix over writes whatever the pcm tries to tell the truck. I would give the supertuner back or get rid of it

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or keep the superchips as a fancy code reader.
i kept my old superchips 1705 for a code reader and it has been invaluable, saved me atleast $500 bucks
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or keep the superchips as a fancy code reader.
i kept my old superchips 1705 for a code reader and it has been invaluable, saved me atleast $500 bucks
Sounds good to me. Thanks
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