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E4od billet input?

Hello everyone. I'm rebuilding the trans in my 95 f350. I've got a billet 3 disc converter, red eagle clutches, and a performance vb I'm gunna install. The truck has tw chip intake exhaust. Is my plow truck and does some towing. It might get other mods down the road like turbo, sticks, hp pump..... But not trying to build a 400 hp truck just a good powerful worker. Is it really necessary to do a billet input or any other hard parts? Thanks in advance

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Billet input is not necessary unless you are building a high horsepower pulling or racing truck. Upgrade the pump and planetary's. Install a 40k cooler and Superduty cooling line's.

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Ok great, any reccommendations on front pump and or planetarys.

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Iirc the pump and planetarys for the 97's are a upgrade

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97 F250 Xlt, built E4od, D60 swap, Baby swamps, tunes by Dp
1.0 turbo housing, 203* t-stat, diy 6637, 4" exhaust
Diy intercooled, 6.0 fan, Diy 140v Idm, Isspro Ev gauges
On board air,E-fuel, 5" lift on 35's
320000 miles
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Really there different from a 95 to a 97 , even though there both the late e4od?

1992 Ford F350 DRW 4x4 7.3 idi. Banks turbo, happy pump, single stack 5 spd

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Sure, just like anything else there's always little tweaks from year to year

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97 F250 Xlt, built E4od, D60 swap, Baby swamps, tunes by Dp
1.0 turbo housing, 203* t-stat, diy 6637, 4" exhaust
Diy intercooled, 6.0 fan, Diy 140v Idm, Isspro Ev gauges
On board air,E-fuel, 5" lift on 35's
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