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chip reburn required?

I ordered my TW chip for a stock tranny, then decided to get a valve body. Do any of you guys know if I need to get the chip reburned?
I emailed Tony a few days ago, but have not heard back yet, and the VB should be here tomorrow - want to know if I should hold out on the install, or just go ahead & throw it in there?

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I ordered my TW chip for a stock tranny, then decided to get a valve body. Do any of you guys know if I need to get the chip reburned?
I emailed Tony a few days ago, but have not heard back yet, and the VB should be here tomorrow - want to know if I should hold out on the install, or just go ahead & throw it in there?
throw it in their but i think the shifts are gonna be a lil firm....

if it were me just send it back to be reburned for a trans with a valve body

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