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Old 07-09-2014, 01:39 AM   #1
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Just curious about something I have a 97 F150 with 195,000 miles I wanna put a diablo superchip on it , now with being high mileage would it be a good or bad idea? Just need some help to figure out weather or not I should do it?
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Probably be better off getting a custom tune.
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A good tuner or programmer wont be affected by a higher mileage vehicle.

That being said, I would highly suggest looking into either SCT or Edge for your vehicle as those are by far the two most popular brands for F series tuning.
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That's what I was referring to. Maybe I worded it incorrectly.
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Alright thanks I'll have too look into those ones you told me about and find a good one for my truck
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I'd go with the SCT... just sayin'.

No affiliation but the folks over at the Flex forum also love em.

Cant wait to get my EB Flex tuned right (93 octane performance)
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