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exhaust housing removel !!!

i have a 95 psd and im trying to remove the exhaust housing and replace it with a .84 i have all the bolts off the pedistal have the down pipe loose and the piece that connects the down pipe(not sure what its called) the y pipe is out. but all the bots are out to remove everything except exhaust housing manifold ots i cant get the the two on the bottom ive tried everthing swivel socket small 15mm wrench tried to even weld a 15mm wrecnh head on a extension and i cant get it off does anyone have write up on this
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If you take a 15mm wrench you don't like you can heat it up and bend it so it fits around the collector. You have to keep the box end to make it work. This is what mine looks like, it works good for me.


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97' F-250HD. ECLB. 66,000 miles. 7.3. E40D. 6637 Filter. 5" Exhaust. Deleted EBPV. CCV mod. 45 gal. Transferflow Rear Tank. Stock for now. Dana 60 in the works.
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97' F-250HD. ECLB. 18x,xxx miles. 7.3. E40D. 6637 Filter. 4" Exhaust. TW Tunes. Work Truck.
97' F-250HD. ECLB. 150,000 miles. 7.3. E40D. 4" Exhaust. Work Truck.


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Okay I'll give that a shot and see what happenes thanks man. Has anyone ever put the .84 housing on there truck with just a chip intake a exhaust ? Did it perform better less lag in te turbo ?
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Okay I'll give that a shot and see what happenes thanks man. Has anyone ever put the .84 housing on there truck with just a chip intake a exhaust ? Did it perform better less lag in te turbo ?
I have one on mine. Its great with stock injectors. Less lag.

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ive been wanting to do this too but most people suggest going with a 1.00 housing instead. ive heard that towing with the .84 your egs can get hot. not sure why because as far as i know the superduty 7.3 has a .84 stock but its wastegated if that makes a difference

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I've never been above 1000*

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I've never been above 1000*
even towing, if so how much weight and in what climate? what other mods do you have?
im just saying i want to do this but was advised by ct performance not to use a .84

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Towing a Ford 6610 loader, 40hp tow tune. Do it only if you plan to stay with stock injectors.

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I have this housing and i pulled a load of pallets and the hottest i saw was 1100 going up hill. Weather was about 50* here that day

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Hey redrifle what tire/wheel combo is that?

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