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Old 05-26-2009, 09:34 PM
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need help with tunes...

hey guys what would be the best tune for a 7.3 powerstroke year model 2002 6 speed?.A tune that would increase fuel mileage and add some power so you will say wow...,also for every day driving.
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Old 05-26-2009, 10:04 PM
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i had the evolution on my 7.3 i liked it other than it took out my 4r100 but you wouldnt have that problem ha ha. most guys on here have the tony wildman and love it. they are custom tuned for your specific truck and you can get up to six tunes with the turn of a knob!
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Check out DP-tuner.com before you buy anything.

IMHO, there is no equal when it comes to the quality of the product, the service, and the options.
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Old 05-26-2009, 10:44 PM
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Check out DP-tuner.com before you buy anything.

IMHO, there is no equal when it comes to the quality of the product, the service, and the options.
what about the excal?
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yeah i have heard good things about sct as well i have a buddy who has one for his 01 and he can make his own tunes with it on the computer and says he has a sweet one right now but cant use it till he gets his ATS i think his is the livewire though im not sure
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Old 05-26-2009, 10:56 PM
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yeah i have heard good things about sct as well i have a buddy who has one for his 01 and he can make his own tunes with it on the computer and says he has a sweet one right now but cant use it till he gets his ATS i think his is the livewire though im not sure
i was thinking about getting the MBRP 4"turbo back system before anything else.i heard good things about this sytem ,nice deep sound (not sloppy) any thoughts on that? fire away!
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TW, DP, or PHP.


Those are your choices, now pick one. LOL

I don't have any, but those are the only 3 worth having on a 7.3, and everyone will chime in for which one that they use.
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excal is what you want for the 6.0's
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Old 05-26-2009, 11:08 PM
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I'd say to at least look at every site. Tony Wildman, DP-tuner, and php. The DP gives you a ton of options. And his 80econo tune gave me a no bull 2 MPG increase at freeway speeds of about 80mph.
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I'd say to at least look at every site. Tony Wildman, DP-tuner, and php. The DP gives you a ton of options. And his 80econo tune gave me a no bull 2 MPG increase at freeway speeds of about 80mph.
can you post any links to this sites? thanks bro
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