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Old 04-14-2009, 01:05 PM
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7.3 help

hi everyone, i just purchased a 2001 250, i wanted to get some input on best progrmrs and cold air intakes. also, is it true you can stack the edge progrmr on top of another to get an additional 100 horse. i have the 4 inch ex already. thanks for any input.
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Old 04-14-2009, 01:08 PM
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Stacking does not work on our trucks. DIY for the intake or give Raul at stealth automotive a call if you don't want to build your own. Custom chip such as DP, TS, or TW. You need gauges when you install all of this as well.

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I'm running the DP tuner and love it. There's a debate about which is best between DP tuner and the TW chip.
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I'm running the DP tuner and love it. There's a debate about which is best between DP tuner and the TW chip.
There's more than one debate Probably closer to a thousand debates on which is better and still nobody knows because it's all up to the end user/customer to figure out for him or herself.
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There's more than one debate Probably closer to a thousand debates on which is better and still nobody knows because it's all up to the end user/customer to figure out for him or herself.
welcome to the org duckhntr
is php, any better than tw, or dp? not to hijack,just need to know, thanks
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welcome to the org duckhntr
is php, any better than tw, or dp? not to hijack,just need to know, thanks
I don't have any experience with PHP
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