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Old 12-30-2008, 10:16 AM
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Anyone use Bully Dog?

I am trying to find out info on the Bully Dog monitors. I am looking at getting a Bully Dog Outlook and want some experience. I basically want to know if they are reliable, acurate, and how easy they are to read / do they have back lighting and such. Any help would really be appriciated.
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Old 12-30-2008, 10:27 AM
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Never used one but Analog guages will be more accurate and cheaper what are you running for a chip ?? I would suggest DP-Tuner or Tony Wildman with Custom Tunes by far the best for the 7.3's
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Old 12-30-2008, 10:38 AM
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Never used one but Analog guages will be more accurate and cheaper what are you running for a chip ?? I would suggest DP-Tuner or Tony Wildman with Custom Tunes by far the best for the 7.3's
I am planning on going with a DP-tuner when the time comes, problem is that I am working on a tight budget but I want gauges first and the reason I am looking at the outlook is so that I can check and clear codes. I am still considering the analog gauges, but my train of thought is that for now it might be more wise to go with the monitor till I have deeper pockets.
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Old 12-30-2008, 10:42 AM
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I am planning on going with a DP-tuner when the time comes, problem is that I am working on a tight budget but I want gauges first and the reason I am looking at the outlook is so that I can check and clear codes. I am still considering the analog gauges, but my train of thought is that for now it might be more wise to go with the monitor till I have deeper pockets.
I understand don't no how much that monitor is but you can get the Analogs(tranny temp, pyro, boost) and 3 Pillar Pod for a little over 300 bucks if you install them yourself
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