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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 12-09-2010, 01:36 PM Thread Starter
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Something just not right.

I have been having a lot of weird things going on with my 00 7.3 with TWM tunes and i was wondering if swamps could reburn their tunes on my chip?

Nothing against Tony at all! I just want to see what else is out there and just asking if this is even possible.

If anyone from swamps can do something PM me. Thanks

2000 f250 , 7.3 built trans, K&N intake, warn lock outs, Tonywildman , 4" down pipe to 5" silverline exhaust, ported compressor housing, 07 hd headlights,trans temp, boost, and egt gauges .


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Re: Something just not right.

If it is a TS style chip then any good tuner here including swamps can burn there tunes on it.

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Re: Something just not right.

yeah its a ts.

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Re: Something just not right.

What kind of problems are you having?

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Re: Something just not right.

The truck a couple weeks ago has a rough idle and wouldnt run right while i was driving. In the 140 hp tune the truck dies after letting off the throttle. So i took the chip out cleaned the contacts and it stopped the rough idle and ran ok. But the 140 hp tune is still out of the question. Now its having weird shift points.

Im not saying that all of this is Tonys fault at all, i just want to see what anyone elses tunes do.

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Re: Something just not right.

140 tune in a stock truck is pretty much the same as the 100 tune.




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Re: Something just not right.

Well the daily tune, which ever setting of power that is runs ok but not perfect.

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Re: Something just not right.

new tunes or have they acted up after a while..

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Re: Something just not right.

Newer tunes. like two months old. The 140 has never worked though.

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Re: Something just not right.

have him double check and reburn them ..make sure all mods and pcm codes right

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