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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 07-10-2009, 04:12 AM Thread Starter
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Re: Chip/Programmer help

Where did you all get them from?
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My personal experience with a JW valve body and a DPTuner from ITP diesel has been wonderful. I would not think of anything else and dealing with Dennis @ ITP has been an absolute pleasure. Just my $.02

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well when dealing with a budget id rather just spend $50 plus shipping to do the shift kit. just my $.02

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Can't go wrong with Total Diesel Performance Wildman 6 pos chip. I had the bully dog first and it worked ok but the Wildman chip rocks. I tow about 14K pounds with a 2003 7.3l and it works great. The street race will push you back in the seat.....
I would recommend the ASIS Intake system as well. Its expensive but not as expensive as a new turbo (stay away from the K&N)..... I have had budies blow their turbos by using those things. The zoodad and Fendor mods are also worth it since they are basically free. Oh make sure and get the overboost anilator on there before you get the chip so you dont throw overboost codes and have to fight defueling issues......
One of the best mods I have installed is the high pressure oil x-over line...
50.00 and 30 minutes later my engine runs so smooth at highway speeds you hear nothing but a slight turbo whistle.......
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