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Old 01-30-2012, 08:22 PM
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Need Intercooler Help Please Some Real Advice

I been using the search button like crazy for an hour now. Is there any mods that needs to be made to this 99-02 Ford F250 F350 7.3 Turbo Intake Spyder X-Pipe OEM | eBay eBay to fit my truck. I mean it looks like there is wires coming off the back of this thing where do they go? I'm not stupid if it was just mounting it and plumbing it in like all the other post show I would done have the the thing on. I want to know how to hook up the E-99 spyder and if this is even the right one. I know how to mod and put a intercooler on the front and put pipes on. I just need some info about the spyder.
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Old 01-30-2012, 10:03 PM
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those sensors are not used on our Y pipe in out trucks so dont worry about them just plug the holes if thats what you want to use.

before you buy that lemme ask you, can you weld at all?

just take your factory Y pipe and cut the end off of it and weld either a straight piece or a 45 .....depending on your setup and it will work better than a stock SD pipe. the stock one ends up heating the air going into the motor because of its design.
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Old 01-30-2012, 10:41 PM
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Late 99 intake spider will work, but it required 3" intake plenums I believe.
Those sensors/wires you see will need to be blocked off to install on an obs.
If you can weld, it would probably be easier/cheaper to fab your own.
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Old 01-31-2012, 09:56 AM
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Thanks guys for some good knowledge I thanks you both this is all I needed to know intercooler will be on in a week.
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dont use that if you have a factory turbo or d66, it wont fit, you will need the e99 and the associated turbo clamp from a "98" model year powerstroke, its like $18 at ford, you can plug holes on the front of spyder, very simple, but you will need custom pipes to make it work in your rig, no matter what anyone says, you cant use the e99 or L99 pipes, unless you cut and weld. good luck
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As mentioned a late 99 spyder will not work as the flange that mates with the turbo is different. Here is all the part numbers for using an early 99 spyder:

Turbo Compressor Outlet Y-Pipe, Early 99 (used for 99+ Intercooler Retrofits)
(Ford) F81Z-6K889-BA ... outrageously expensive from Ford (they used to be just over $100!)

Turbo Compressor Outlet to Y-Pipe Clamp (used for 99+ Intercooler Retrofits)
(Ford) F81Z-8287-DA

Turbo Outlet Y-Pipe to Intake Manifold Boot, Early 99 (used for 99+ Intercooler Retrofits)
(Ford) F81Z-6C640-FA
(International) 1821764C1 ... a lot cheaper than Ford!

Cheers!
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The late 99 spyder will work, but only if the fuel bowl has been removed and you have the 3" intake plenums to go with it. It will fit the turbo fine, but does not clear the fuel bowl.
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Old 01-31-2012, 01:15 PM
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i guess there it is, but you need to move your fuel filter or go ahead and switch to efuel to use that, could have sworn that would not go on our turbo since they are different turbos
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Old 01-31-2012, 01:24 PM
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It is actually a nice upgrade for getting more air to the engine, but you might as well do e fuel like you said since you have to eliminate the fuel bowl for it to work
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