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Hey guys,

I have came to the conclusion that I need to bring my truck back down to stock. It has a ton of miles and I do not want to put anymore stress on the old girl. I am not selling because I do not like DP. In fact, I love their tunes and customer service, and if I ever decide to tune a truck again it will be through them.

So anyways, I am going to part ways with my F6. This is the chip that can be updated straight from home without removing it. It is setup for an NMC3 pcm strategy. This can be changed to whatever your strategy is, just contact DP.

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0- No Start
1- Stock
2- 80e
3- 120r

What you will get when you buy is the chip, EX Switch(Blue), both cables, and I will even toss in the cable that you connect to your computer when you put new tunes on.

You will get everything you would if you bought this straight from DP, even in the original packaging. And the USB cable.

This originally costs about $539 plus shipping, but I will part with it for $425 shipped.
 

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Merry Christmas eve everyone. Bump this up, and don't be afraid to make me some offers.
 

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in all honesty i dont see this going for much more than 300$ at top dollar, just my opinion
 

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in all honesty i dont see this going for much more than 300$ at top dollar, just my opinion
This is an F6, not an F5. F5's are going for $250-$300. I don't see $400 as being unreasonable. If you would like to make an offer, I'd be glad to work with you.
 

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im already set for a tuner, not trying to start anything sorry, just voicing an oppinion
 

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I would think about it at $300. I am trying to figure out which one I want, and just passed on a F5 for $150 with 4 tunes. Also not trying to start anything just throwing out what I know.

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Let me know either way. I think I am starting to lean toward the f6, but still trying to educate myself on what all is out there. Would probably chance it at $300. I have an early 99 that I am running right now, but I have a spare 7.3 setting in the floor of my shop that I want to rebuild from the ground up. I am sure it is late 99 or later. Complete motor. Owner said was getting a little smoke and compression was a littl low on a couple of the cylinders. Might shoot for the 400hp mark on the rebuild.
thanks again
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Will do. The F6 is a great thing to have for the simple fact that you never have to send it in. If the pending buyer does not pay, we can work something out.

That L99 motor would be a good candidate for 400+ hp due to it having forged rods.
 

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I am sure it is more like in the 2000 or later but not sure. I did not know that about the rods. I figured I would have to buy a set of rods and still might not sure. It will still be for my work truck so I dont want to get to crazy but would like some power. I just need alot of education on the project before I dive in. First and foremost I guess I should tear it down and see what it looks like inside first.
Let me know on the tuner. the more I learn about it the better I like it. Kinda seems like some of the others are just nice to look at it and thats about it.

thanks again
Joe
 
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