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Old 06-03-2010, 08:20 AM
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I have just purchases a 2002 psd, 4wd, F250 7.3 PSD. I have been looking at alot of posts here on the forum and have seen alot of postitive feedback for Tony Wildman and DP tunings. Where would i go around Tyler, TX to have my truck tuned? I do not want to mess with a regular chip, i would rather have a custom tune so i do not tear up my rig. Any recommendations would be appreciated. ( Tunes, Tuners, basic performance tips, basic exhaust, basic equipment) Not looking to get crazy with it, just want to get the most out of it, without compromising the tranny or the motor. Thanks
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they burn custom tunes onto a chip for your truck the best thing would be to call tony or either try bill at power hungry performance or you can try swamps , and beans tuning
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On an exhaust note, you cant go wrong with a basic turbo back straight pipe exhaust. You can pick them up for cheap, put it on yourself and roll. I run a 6" turbo back and love it.
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On an exhaust note, you cant go wrong with a basic turbo back straight pipe exhaust. You can pick them up for cheap, put it on yourself and roll. I run a 6" turbo back and love it.
where did you find a 6" exhaust kit at? i though the biggest they made was 5
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