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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 12-22-2009, 02:19 PM Thread Starter
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stacking chips and dp tuner

Is it possible to stack a programmer with a dp tuner? Or I should say is it even worth it? I hear about people stacking chips and what not all the time and they say that they're faster than me too because of it. But is it worth it? Will I gain any power? I have a superchips programmer and a diablo 3 position chip just laying around and just a thought about seeing if I could stack it or not. Any idea/input let me know I appreciate it thanks!
Oh and my dp tuner has 80economy 120 race and 140 aggressive if that helps. Thanks

---2006 f250 king ranch, 200k miles, boss 9'2'' VXT plow, 2inch leveling kit, automatic airbags, 35's.
---1999 f250 ex cab short bed 4x4 350springs 170k built trans DP Tuner (stock, 60 tow, 80 econo, 140 aggressive) 4in banks exhuast glow shift guages 8ft boss plow
---2003 f250 crew cab lariat 4x4 240k miles, 9'2'' BOSS V plow
---2000 f350 cc sb 4x2 260k miles SOLD
1999 ex cab sb 4x4 305k miles SOLD
2002 f250 cc sb 4x4 355k miles SOLD
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Not worth it... the DP will do everything you need.

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I'll second that. DP will definitely beat the pants off any off the shelf unit. If you want gauges... get real ones.

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i have real guages..
first and second truck i put glowshift guages in, this truck i just put autometers in.
this is actually my third f350 that im on now... and im only 18. i think im doing pretty good. hah

---2006 f250 king ranch, 200k miles, boss 9'2'' VXT plow, 2inch leveling kit, automatic airbags, 35's.
---1999 f250 ex cab short bed 4x4 350springs 170k built trans DP Tuner (stock, 60 tow, 80 econo, 140 aggressive) 4in banks exhuast glow shift guages 8ft boss plow
---2003 f250 crew cab lariat 4x4 240k miles, 9'2'' BOSS V plow
---2000 f350 cc sb 4x2 260k miles SOLD
1999 ex cab sb 4x4 305k miles SOLD
2002 f250 cc sb 4x4 355k miles SOLD
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