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ihave a 1996 powerstroke 250 7.3l and i want to do some upgrades to it as it is mostly a stock truck it has- straight pipe exhaust a chip and a 3 in lift with 33 in tires. and some other little things. i want ... JOIN NOW TO REMOVE TRACER

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Old 01-18-2010, 09:14 PM
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ihave a 1996 powerstroke 250 7.3l and i want to do some upgrades to it as it is mostly a stock truck it has- straight pipe exhaust a chip and a 3 in lift with 33 in tires. and some other little things.

i want to upgrade the chip to a ts 6 position chip has anyone heard anything about this chip or does anyone know of a good chip for this truck that i can change settings on, and will give me some good hp and torque.
and i am also thinking about stacking it any one have any opinions on that?
thanks alot!!

and any other simple mods you know of.
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Old 01-18-2010, 09:41 PM
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the TS style is the best type of chip for the PSD. call up any of the fallowing swamps, wildman, PHP, beans, gearhead. find out which one you want to go with and run with it.

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Old 01-19-2010, 10:26 AM
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Originally Posted by powerstroke250 View Post
ihave a 1996 powerstroke 250 7.3l and i want to do some upgrades to it as it is mostly a stock truck it has- straight pipe exhaust a chip and a 3 in lift with 33 in tires. and some other little things.

i want to upgrade the chip to a ts 6 position chip has anyone heard anything about this chip or does anyone know of a good chip for this truck that i can change settings on, and will give me some good hp and torque.
and i am also thinking about stacking it any one have any opinions on that?
thanks alot!!

and any other simple mods you know of.

You can not stack on a PSD, just doesnt work that way...

Get some gauges, Pyro, boost and tranny temp...

A chip from a good tuner, Swamps, Gearhead, Power Hungry Performance, Tony Wildman....

A valve body for the tranny...
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ts or a dp tuner i have heard are the best....make an intake for it too and get a 6637 filter from napa

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You can not stack on a PSD, just doesnt work that way...

Get some gauges, Pyro, boost and tranny temp...

A chip from a good tuner, Swamps, Gearhead, Power Hungry Performance, Tony Wildman....

A valve body for the tranny...
I believe hes talking about an exhaust, not tuning

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yeah thats what i meant.

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but thanks!! ill look up the ts chip then

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Might be right there...LOL
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K&N cold air intake would help too.
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Just do a Tymar intake... better filter, cheaper and the same if not better flow!
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K&N's dont filter correctly and will kill the turbo
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