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TS 1 16.67%
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post #1 of 10 Old 03-26-2011, 08:38 AM Thread Starter
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Who's Tunes?

I want to know who uses or likes who's tunes here in the CSP. If I have failed to add a tuner please let me know.

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Are you wanting to know about all motors or just the 7.3?


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Yeah, recommend ya specify your focusing on the 7.3L there.

This isn't a bad idea, I'm always interested in what fellow CSP guys are running.

And I'd like to do an OBS project someday, this could prove useful.
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Yeah, Lets just go with the 7.3 for now. Maby we can do some up for the other powerplants.

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Yeah, Lets just go with the 7.3 for now. Maby we can do some up for the other powerplants.
Sounds good to me.


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If by bts you mean cales tune then id go with cales. He is actually on his own now. I hav ran almost every tuner up there. Even ones that aren't. I had elite tunes last time and because of Rockie at rockin S I now run cales tunes and so far I like his the best. Problem with dp is you can't use there chips for anything but dp, ts canned tunes kinda sucked. Wildmans tunes temps were always high, and shifted sludgish. I liked elites tunes, ran smooth but shifted a little harder then I liked. I have not ran php but I haven't heard a whole lot of numbers I.e. qtr miles and pulling to make me want them. Mind you I know have different stuff but i like cales. It shifts smooth, hauls a$$ and my numbers even with extras isn't bad. Another thing to take into account is what tuners will reburn for free, and. Everyones truck reacts differently. Also consider what info they ask.you for to do your tunes, if they just ask you fr your ecm number they aent really custom tunes. Cale asked me tire size, what I want to do with my truck and if I tow how heavy is the load I tow. I could go on and on about tuning. Also consider inovative though I have not ran them

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I agree with you, I have herd nothing but great things about Cale's tunes. I really like the PHP stuff but im not going to give up that kind of cash for their tunes. I think I need to get a call in to him and see what he can do.

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I have Matt at Gearhead on my 7.3 if you want to check them out next time I am in the Springs that would be cool with me. I should be down there the weekend of the 1st of May installing my 38R.


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I will have to have a ride when I get back from Afghan. I have herd good things about his tunes but for now I will run cales tunes.

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