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Question by Acmecoyote
Submitted on 12/30/2003
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Trying to find chip or reprogrammer for 2001 4.7  I have put up with the 106mph aall this time and looking for a way to fix this.  Anyone know of aftermarket or mechanic that can help?

Answer by Matt
Submitted on 1/6/2004
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You can go to www.nextlevelracing.com and get the second level add on that increases 18-20hp for the truck, modified the fuel curve and shift points. Regarding the putting up with 106mph, you should be doing that in a truck. Unless you are on a closed course you shouldnt be doing that in any vehicle.


Answer by coptr911
Submitted on 5/14/2004
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106 on the road??? OK then...I hope its only YOU out there and no one else when this speed is being reached. I'd rather see 1 car crash because of the drivers own error rather than innocent people hurt because of what?? speed??
I am more concerned in 0-60 performance, rather than 106 top end. Jet Performance chipped my truck for stage 2 settings. Runs strong & hard. Try "Jetchip.com" SBaumgartner@dc.rr.com


Answer by AndyT
Submitted on 8/6/2005
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Would you like the 150mph or the 200mph chip?


Answer by racingjim
Submitted on 12/23/2005
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I have a 2002 tundra,  I just don't like limits on my truck.


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