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Old 09-20-2012, 03:15 PM
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Problem with chip maybe?

So this is my first post as too issues with my truck witch i havnt had any till now. I bought the pick up a year ago just under 100k miles well taken care of. But it has a cold air intake its piped from the turbo back 4" to a 5" tip and on the dash it has a silver rotary knob and it is for a chip witch i believe is a bully dog cause all three gauges are and it might have been a package deal. So the tunes kinda blow 1 high idle 2 3 not too sure but feels like stock 4 some power crap millage 5 great milage and power 6 seems to blow alot of smoke and idles really rough and hard. Butmy issueis it feels like it looses power shifting into second what could be the issue and a fix ? Maybe new programs on the chip ? Or is it the truck? Any help would be appreciated.

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It's the chip. Get it burned by beans or php. The running rough is probably lope idle


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Ok i figured. How much would it cost to get it reburnt? And who is the best for this year? I have heard beans swamps and tony wildman

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Beans is the best for ts style chip. I would say beans, then php,

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Beans huh any personal experience on it?

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Beans huh any personal experience on it?

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Do a google search. They own these 7.3's in terms of power/curve. The only close second is tony wildman.
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