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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 02-15-2011, 02:16 PM Thread Starter
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Dp or ts

I want everyones opinion on the ts six position chip or the dp tuner chip. Is it worth the extra money for the dp?

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check out http://www.powerhungryperformance.com/ they use the TS 6 position chip and put there own tunes on it, Bill the owner was a partner in Superchips years ago. They olny tune Fords.

I have 2 of there 6 position chips, they work very well.

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I run a PHP chip I got though DZL Jim.
Great tunes.

I think Jody does a great job tuning though as well.
Specially stock super duties.
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I have run both, and they are both nice. I personally like the 6 position chip more. We use PHP tunes on our chips and they work great.
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I like the DP f6. Cuz you don't have to sent the chip back to be reprogramed if you want a diffrent tune. Jody can e-mail a new tune and you can install it. I think the 16 tunes on one chip pretty cool. Just my $0.02

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It completely comes down to personal preference. I've heard nothing but good things about the TS chip, and I have the F5 DP chip and Jody's tunes on my 99...and adore how they work on my truck.

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I have the TS chip on my truck. I like it, its all there for the 7.3

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I got the DP Tuner. I like the fact that I can change tunes in a few milliseconds with a push of a button. I bought the different tunes I figured I would use, stock, tow, economy and hp. The install was easy.

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I got the DP Tuner. I like the fact that I can change tunes in a few milliseconds with a push of a button. I bought the different tunes I figured I would use, stock, tow, economy and hp. The install was easy.
Glad you like it!

This thread is a couple years old though

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