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post #1 of 17 Old 03-31-2012, 05:54 AM Thread Starter
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Intercooler?

I am going to buy an intercooler off Craigslist for $300 but it's missing a few things such as two 45's he says exhaust pipe will work its also missing two rubber boots and hose clamps and the adapter to fit the spider onto the turbo are all these things obtainable?
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That seems a bit steep for just an intercooler.


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It comes with all but two boots and two clamps and the adapter to go to the turbo everything else is included
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You said it's missing two 45s also. Not sure what that is though.



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Here is the link to the pic of what it includes let me know what you guys think
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That should be all.
I'd get new boots just to be safe. See if he might take 25 bucks off since they are old.
But you've got the intake spider, hot CAC tube, intercooler, cold CAC tube, then spider again, and the manifolds.




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That is too much. The intake spyder will NOT work on your OBS. That one is for a late '99-
03 7.3. The turbo mount is different. You will need to source an early '99 intake spyder.

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How much is the in take spyder?
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http://www.powerstroke.org/forum/per...yder-sale.html
Thought you'd like this.



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For what it is worth have the intercooler flushed while it is out. The intercooler boots and clamps should be replaced and upgraded. They are problematic at the worst times, especially the hot side coming of the turbo.

Here is an upgraded Intercooler Boot and Clamp Kit for pricing use your member discount code: forum

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