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Old 03-25-2010, 06:46 PM
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im wanting to intercool my 95 obs..need parts.

hi. I have a 95 F350 CCLB 4x4. Im wanting to intercool it. im running a Tymar intake and ordering an exhaust this weekend. does anyone have an ealry 99 sypder, 7.3 or 6.0 intercooler, 7.3 or 6.0 piping?, home made piping your willing to sell? im also considering changing my turbo and ped. to a 99.5-03 style turbo..does anyone have the parts to run an intercooler from that turbo up for grabs?
im also looking for gauge pod and gauges.
id like to find a hpop too.
help me out guys im new to this site. im 18, a ford guy, and just purchased my first diesel.
thanks, Logan.
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Old 03-26-2010, 03:30 AM
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Logan,

I have everything you are looking for:
e '99 spyder, 6.0 IC, pipes made for the cooler to spyder, 6.0 pipes also (got for the boots), all boots & clamps (correct clamps, not the worm gear from a hardware store)

This has not been installed in mine. I have changed direction I wanted to go in.

I am home for leave right now and will be heading back to Afghanistan in 2 weeks. Where are you located? I am not sure what shipping would be regarding the IC (pretty big), but, I don't see it being crazy. If you are interested, PM me and we can go from there.
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Are your pipes off of a SD or are they made to fit an OBS?
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Old 03-26-2010, 12:33 PM
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The pipes are made to fit an OBS.
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Check out the local junk yards too. I've found 2 sets of SD pipes, clamps, boots for 55.00 bucks total.
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Is you truck having problems with EGT temps? Just my opinion but if your not having problems and are not planning to do anything extreme with the truck the I/C is NOT worth the PITA or money. I was having no temp problems with stage 1 inj. and decided to do this mod and regret it fully. I was so pissed I just gave up on trying to fit my A/C condensor lol and now thats something ill have to address soon. Just my thoughts. Most people had a better experience with it than I did and its because i started the project at 9:30 PM on a sunday with too much beer in me also knowing I needed the truck in the morning for work hahaha
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If you do decide to do it though look up MattP's write-up. It saved me a lot of hassle and has every detail
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yeah if you tow alot it would definately help or big mods in the future. yes , give yourself plenty of time when mounting the intercooler. it could take a good portion of your day up. the install isnt really that bad once you understand whats going on with it.
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yeah if you tow alot it would definately help or big mods in the future. yes , give yourself plenty of time when mounting the intercooler. it could take a good portion of your day up. the install isnt really that bad once you understand whats going on with it.
Agreed. Its just a pain to cut the holes. I also had to create and weld a bracket to pull the driver side tubing over far enough to fit my intake and so it wouldnt hit the power steering pulley (like it did twice lol). I just made a bracket to connect to my alternator. Have pics if you run into this problem
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I agree with all the above. I was planning on Stage 1's and towing a "Toy Hauler" (Camper with ability to put Harley in rear of it also). But, life's directions have changed again, so, no towing/vacationing for the near future. So, if someone else is needing an IC set-up, I would rather help someone out than it sitting in my shop until who knows when.
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