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post #1 of 7 Old 05-29-2008, 01:25 PM Thread Starter
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Ok since i want to know all i can about all diesels what company makes the best tuner for powerstrokes
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Thats a very open ended question and really depends on what engine and who you ask. I have never used anything other than my DP Tuner in my 7.3 but I love it, just can't tell you how it compares thru personal experience.

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of course just look through some of the forums and read. Soon you the light bulb will explode
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SCT seems to be the tuner of choice for the 6.0, After all I have read that is what I will put on my wifes truck whenever I get to that point.

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SCT in my opinion... over all!

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SCT for the 6.0 by far


And either a Tony Wildman(Total Diesel Performance) chip or DP Tuner chip for the 7.3

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It depends on the model..

6.0 - SCT seems to be the tuner of choice

7.3 - the vote will be either DP tuner or Wildman

6.4 - not enough time yet.

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