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post #1 of 12 Old 12-07-2009, 02:20 PM Thread Starter
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SD intercooler in OBS: parts

My main question is where can I get the intercooler pipes to put the sd ic in my obs.



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You can call banks and get their pipe kit, they have a very nice pipe kit that fits very well

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You can use the SD pipes with some modification...kind of a PITA but very doable.

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yep you can mod superduty pipes to work if you have a chop saw and welder.

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Call Darrell at DPP and he can get the Banks pipe kit cheaper than you can buy it direct.

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I currently have these for sale right now...http://www.powerstroke.org/forum/per...ler-pipes.html
These pipes work in combo with a early 99 spyder pipe, great fitting and look great...

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how much is the pipe kit through banks?

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I paid $425 shipped to my door from DPP.He does a group buy and orders around 20 at a time.

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I did mine with the banks pipes from darrell @ ddp. Worked very well. Theres a pic of mine in the thread I started called underhood pics. And you'll be happy with the install. I've heard alot of people say you get zero hp gain from the intercooler, just egt drop, that's b.s. My friend has a new powerwagon dodge with some mods, he was able to pull away from me in a race now we are dead even or I pull on him slightly. So it definatly adds some power. Good luck on the install.

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If you go on ebay there is a guy thats building IC pipes for OBS trucks that he welds up to make them fit right and chromes them out too.
His name on ebay is: clahmon and here is the link to the actual pipes that he makes.
He is currently building me some!!!

FORD 7.3 F-250/F-350 TURBO DIESEL INTERCOOLER PIPES:eBay Motors (item 120492954958 end time Nov-20-09 19:27:05 PST)


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