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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 01-31-2010, 10:41 PM Thread Starter
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6 Pos Chip re burn

Ok so I have a Bullydog 6 Pos. I run it on stock because it makes the tranny shift really wierd. Everyone on the ORG says TW or PHP. I was thinking TW since hes only a few miles from me. Anyone have anything else to add or advice? I thought about gearhead, but TW is cheaper for the reburn 150 bucks. Thanks

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post #2 of 15 (permalink) Old 01-31-2010, 10:43 PM
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i saw gearhead tune some trucks at a dyno and i know everybody that was there will swear by him. pretty impressive!

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if tony is close to you then have tony do it, that way its easier for you and him to tweak it.

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if tony is close to you then have tony do it, that way its easier for you and him to tweak it.
Thats what i was thinking. hes prob 30 minutes away.
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If you choose to have reburn it let him know your so close........ if you can afford it get live tunes since your so close lol

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any clue how much that might cost?
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no clue really, best bet to call and ask him
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Re: 6 Pos Chip re burn

Tony just moved, probably a little farther now. But I love his tunes.




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where did he move to....does he have a shop or out of his house
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Re: 6 Pos Chip re burn

Haven't heard a bad thing ever about Tony's tunes, wished there was great tuners close to me, thats what I'd be doing.. Not sure on your last question but he's a sponsor here, check out his web-page and give him a shout..

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