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Old 12-25-2009, 11:20 AM
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95 7.3 swap to 2000 7.3

Not sure if its been done but my 1995 7.3 engine is a little tired, so i have a line on a 2000 7.3 truck complete for a engine swap. Do you think its doable since i have all the wiring, or will it be a wiring night mare. Any help would be appreciated.
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Old 12-26-2009, 04:59 AM
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bump.....cause I'm wondering the same
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As far as I know swap the sensors from the 95 to the 00 and use the 95 harness. You will need a custom tuned chip to run the split shot injectors with the 95 ecm.

I am sure more people will chime in soon.
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Old 12-26-2009, 08:25 AM
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What if i used the idm from the 2000 F450 with the 95 ecm. Doesn't the idm controll the split shot for the injectors??
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Old 12-26-2009, 08:29 AM
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It won't work. The SD system is different. You will just have to use the 95 wiring, and sensors, then get a custom tuned chip such as TW, to run the split shots, or swap in the single shots from the 95.
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have you thought about just doing a 12V swap? alot less wiring thats for sure
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OK i'm all over this swap, so which sensors need to be swapped, which turbo do i use and who do i send my ECM or IDM to to get a custom tune. Thanks Gary
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no need to get a custom ecm just have a custom tune burned for a chip and use the SD IDM just have them burn the chip for split shot injectors or get custom injectors!
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I would do the 12V IMHO
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Old 01-03-2010, 07:57 AM
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I am not sure if the sd turbo would work. I think the pedistal is too tall. You could just use the 95 turbo. As for the sensors, put the 00 engine in, and as you plug in the wiring harness, swap out any sensors that dont match. For the ECM, use the 95 and contact Tony Wildman and have him custom tune a chip but make sure you tell him it has split shot injectors. Or swap out the split shots for the singles in the 95, or rebuild the 95 injectors into stage ones!
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