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7.3l idi headers

I just found these today and it seems like they'd be sweet. Does anyone think they'd be worth buying tho?

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Headers

I have never personally run them, but a guy I knew put them on his dually. He said that it definately responded better and he clames he picked up a little mileage also. The biggest gain for him was the drop in egt's. He was able to turn the pump up a little more than usual and still not have the exhaust temps get out of hand.

I have always wanted to try making a set of headers for the turbo IDI's. I think it would help reduce if not eliminate turbo lag as well as drop egt's. Maybe someday when I am rich and bored I will get around to tryin it.

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I have never personally run them, but a guy I knew put them on his dually. He said that it definately responded better and he clames he picked up a little mileage also. The biggest gain for him was the drop in egt's. He was able to turn the pump up a little more than usual and still not have the exhaust temps get out of hand.

I have always wanted to try making a set of headers for the turbo IDI's. I think it would help reduce if not eliminate turbo lag as well as drop egt's. Maybe someday when I am rich and bored I will get around to tryin it.
yeah i knew they made tubular type headers for the 7.3l powerstroke and I'm still comtimplating whther i want to get them or not


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Just put a turbo on it.
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