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Old 01-23-2010, 03:10 PM
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Chip vs. programmer. Whats the difference?

New to diesels and looking to do some modificatrions in the future. Can someone tell me the difference between a chip and a programmer? Why does it appear that the chip is a better option? Also, do you have to modify your transmission prior to putting a chip in?
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Re: Chip vs. programmer. Whats the difference?

http://powerstrokenation.com/forums/...ighlight=chips
http://powerstrokenation.com/forums/...t=tuners+chips


This should help you out a bit. And btw.....
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Re: Chip vs. programmer. Whats the difference?

with a chip you can switch settings on the fly
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Thanks.
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Re: Chip vs. programmer. Whats the difference?

Oh yeah and a chip is whats best for our OBS trucks
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Re: Chip vs. programmer. Whats the difference?

So is a PHP the same as an edge just tuned to your truck's specs.
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Old 01-23-2010, 07:03 PM
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Re: Chip vs. programmer. Whats the difference?

Bill offers custom tuning on one of the edge products, but its still a programmer.
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Re: Chip vs. programmer. Whats the difference?

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So is a PHP the same as an edge just tuned to your truck's specs.
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Bill offers custom tuning on one of the edge products, but its still a programmer.
But we also offer chips, too.
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But we also offer chips, too.
i was going to edit my post to say that but i guess theres a time limit to edit a post lol
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Re: Chip vs. programmer. Whats the difference?

I'm new to diesels Wat do in need to do b4 I get a chip?? And Wat do I need to get b4 I get a chip??
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