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Part #: BT41611

Bully Dog 6 Position 4-Bank Chip #41611

1995-1997 Ford 7.3L Powerstroke F-250/350 Auto Trans.
Part #: BT41611
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The 6 Position 4 Bank Chip (Part #: 41611) is designed to increase horsepower and torque on 1995 - 1997 7.3L Ford Power Strokes with automatic transmissions. The six positions included are:
High Idle
+40 hp
+50 hp
+65 hp
+75 hp.

Utilizing state-of-the-art programs, Bully Dogs 6 Position 4 Bank Chips run the lowest exhaust gas temperatures in the industry, typically running 50 to 100 degrees cooler than competitor products.

For installation, simply plug the chip into the Engine Control Unit (ECU). The 6 Position 4 Bank Chip is adjustable on-the-fly.

Vehicle Applications for the 7.3L Powerstroke
Ford Powerstroke 95-97 Auto

-Tow Settings
Towing Weights for 75 HP setting: anything lower than 7500 lbs.
Towing Weights for 50 HP setting: anything over 7500 lbs.

-Increase Performance
These performance modules are designed to increase horsepower while keeping EGTs under control.

-Tranny Smart
For quicker, firmer shifts, the 4 Bank chips will enhance the Transmission line pressures on all trucks with automatic transmissions. This is ideal for all towing situations and enhancing transmission life.

-New 6 Position 4 Bank Chip
The new 6 position 4 Bank Chip gives additional options such as a high idle with increased RPM for cold weather starts.

-Adjustable on the Fly
All 4 Bank Chips are adjustable on the fly. Save time with the ease of operation by adjusting on the fly.

-Removes Speed Limiter

  • Will solve lack of power situations
  • Will help with sluggish shifts
  • With good driving habits, increases in MPG
  • Improved Drivability

Additional Information

Install Sheet


  • MFG. Number 41611
  • Manufacturer Name Bully Dog Technologies
  • Shipping Weight 2.00 lb.
  • Prop 65 WARNING: Cancer & Reproductive Harm -


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3.9/5 Stars out of 7 Reviews
(Texas) | February 6th, 2009
I would rather have put no stars! This sucks!!!! I put this on my 96 F250. I had it professionally installed and i got on a gravel road and it just shut down. I had a mechanic who works strictly on diesel trucks come out and he said this specific chip will shut your engine off if the least amount of dirt gets into the computer. Its totally unavoidable and I will never buy this again. Go with EDGE its the best. Never had problems with any edge products.
(PA) | August 8th, 2009
I am just disappointed! I went with Bully Dog because of their "name", so I wouldn't have problems. After I got it I had nothing but problems with the chip and found that a few other people I know had problems with Bully Dog too. I highly recommend TS!!!!! It is perfect!The Bully Dog gave me problems but XDP WAS AWESOME!! Their customer service and tech support was great!! I sent the Bully Dog back and I got the new chip right away! GET THE TS!!!!!

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I have over 300 hundred thousand miles on my 1997 250 7.3L, will it hurt to put the chip in now?
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Not at all, but we highly recommend additional upgrades such as gauges, high flow 4" exhaust, and cold air intake system. A set of gauges will allow you to monitor specific engine vitals and keep a good eye on the truck. Air intake systems are one of the most common and least expensive performance modifications our customers make. Increasing air-flow leads to quicker turbo spool-up, improved fuel mileage and overall horsepower increases. Performance exhaust systems increase exhaust flow by eliminating the restrictive stock muffler, replacing factory crimped bends with smooth mandrel bent tubing, and increasing the overall pipe diameter. The benefits of increased exhaust-flow are reduced EGT (exhaust gas temperature), increased horsepower/torque, fuel mileage gains, and a deep throaty sound.
Do I need larger injectors with this chip? 97 7.3 15xxxx mil. farm truck. used to move hay, tractors and cows

do you have to install larger injectors to get the horse power? when useing chip 41611

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The Bully Dog 41611 6 Position 4-Bank Chip will work with stock trucks and increase horsepower without any additional modifications required. To maximize power and efficiency it is benefical to increase airflow with an intake and exhaust system.
How hard is this to install?
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The install is fairly straight forward and should take less than an hour to complete.

1. Remove the keys from the ignition and disconnect both batteries. Failure to do so may cause damage to the computer and chip

2. Locate the factory computer inside the cab. On 99-03 Trucks the computer is located beside the emergency brake bracket. On 95-97 trucks the computer is located behind the emergency brake bracket. To remove the bracket remove the (3) 13mm nuts from the bracket. For 95-97 trucks skip to step #7.

3. On the 99-03 trucks you must now locate the wiring harness on the fire wall in the engine compartment that goes to the factory computer. It is the harness closest to the fender and has a 10mm bolt holding it to the computer. Remove the 10mm bolt and slide the connection out of the firewall.

4. Go back inside the cab and remove the (2) 7mm bolts holding the computer in place. If your truck is a manual, remove the 10mm nut from the bottom of the bracket holding the computer and the 10mm bolt holding the top.

5. Once you have the computer loose, slide the computer and bracket out slowly.

6. Remove the computer from the plastic housing and remove the cap to expose the terminals

7. The terminals are coated in a rubberized protective coating. Use the supplied Scotch Brite Pad and Lacquer thinner to remove the coating. You will also need to use a small flat head xxxx driver to scrape the terminals.

Repeat this process 2-3 times to make sure you get a clean connection. Remember 95% of problems with the chip are due to insufficient cleaning of the connection.

8. Once you feel the connections are good and clean, place the chip on to the terminals. If you purchased a multi-position chip you will need to plug the switch into the chip first.

9. Now slide the computer back into the plastic housing with the side of the computer with an

“X” positioned toward the fender. Replace the bolts you removed earlier holding the computer in place.

10. Now reattach the wiring harness going through the firewall and tighten the 10mm bolt.

11. Reconnect the batteries and start the truck.

12. If the truck fails to start, remove the computer again and try cleaning the terminals again.

Which setting offers the best fuel economy?
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Fuel economy can vary based on driving conditions, vehicle loads, and driving habits. Most users that don’t’ tow, or tow light loads infrequently, report that they get the best fuel mileage on the higher HP settings. The best way to determine the optimum fuel economy for your vehicle and driving conditions is to try each setting.