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coreystroke02
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I currently have all Bank's electronics on my truck and I feel that I'm not getting the power that I should. I've been looking at some different tuner's, but I just don't know which way to go. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
 

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Look at Eilite Diesel, Tadd does all my tuning and all my wifes.
 

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coreystroke02
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Nope, just the springs at full lock. Its wheel offset not lift that allows most tires to fit...
 

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coreystroke02
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What offset are you running on your wheels?
 

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As to the original question, plenty of happy DP Tuner customers out there - myself included.
 

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I agree with FireHunter! Can't go wrong with Jody's tunes.
 

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Sorry, double post!
 

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^^ Word. Minus the Double Post LOL
 

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I started with a TS 6pos flip chip, it had good power, blew lots of coal, but if you are running an auto tranny, it can shift a little hard. A shift kit that will increase your liine pressure will help with this. And for the money, they are hard to beat. There are several different tunes you can put on there along with a high idle or valet. I have also heard good things about DPs stuff, but I have not been in a truck with it or had it in my truck, so all I know about the DP is what I have heard.
 
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