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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 05-25-2007, 03:12 AM Thread Starter
 
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TS or Dp chip ?

hey just wondering wheter to get a ts or a dp chip, i got a buddy with the ts and he seems to like it, i also got a superchip programer for sale PM me if intrested
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DP for me!:Thumbup:

I've never had a TS chip though:shrug:

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depends on what u want i like my DP better because i can get more then 6 positions on it but thats just me other then that there the same never ran anybody else tunes but jodys but from what everybody says there really ant no difference
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DP tuner all the way!!!!!!! You won't regret it. Gene :mafia

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I've heard nothing but good things about DP.
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I would say DP out of those two. But don't forget the other tuners out there. You also have Wildman, and Elite.

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DP Tuner you will feel like this : :evil:

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I just put a TS chip in mine and love it! All I do now is look for stuff to tow and :smoke
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I've had both. I've also run chips from other tuners as well. Hands down...the DP tuner kicks serious tail. Nothing comes close to matching the F5 for the capabilities that it offers.
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I couldn't be happier with DP. There are other good tuners out there, Tadds 6.0 tunes a great, never ran his 7.3 stuff so I can't comment on that. Drove a friends truck with Wildman tunes and it was good also.

For the 7.3 you can't beat Jody's tunes and the F5 chip and he'll work with ya to get just what you want.
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