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Old 04-22-2012, 03:40 PM
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Intercooler with .84 housing and stage 1s

Hello fellas im looking into intercooling my 95 obs 5sp. I already have a .84 exhaust housing, ts chip , 4in exhaust, intake. I'm in the process of sending my injectors in to rosewood and them doing the stage 1s and I have already ordered gauges, but I have a good feeling I'll be needing a intercooler with stage ones and the small exhaust housing what do you guys think about this I really don't wanna change the housing again. Does anyone have the setup the would wanna sell intercooler and all ?? Or can I peice it together and be better off ? Any input would be awesome thanks guys.
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Old 04-22-2012, 04:05 PM
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how much you lookn to spend on an intercooler set up, a kit is over 1000, if you wait you can get then used, can piece it together with an e-99 spyder and a SD intercooler for prolly a little under 600 unless your paitant and thrifty.

all depeds on how long you have to wait and how much you wana spend..... but i belive you will need an intercooler with that .84 housing, will be a mean street machine when your done but may not hold up to the stage 1s, may over boost a little
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Old 04-22-2012, 04:32 PM
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Im in no hurry it barleys moves anyway im away and work most of the time. Will the SD piping work so I really don't have to fab any pipes or anything. ? And btw the blue on your truck is badass you wouldn't happen to have te color code for thay would you ?
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How do you like the new housing? And how much did it raise your PSI? Kinda curious as I'm working on my IC now and would like a smaller housing till I get some injectors.
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Old 04-23-2012, 04:26 AM
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I really like the new housing not sure how much it raised my boost since I don't have gauges yet but I would say atleast 15 maybe 20 psi. It was just a pain in the *** to change it
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Old 04-23-2012, 11:42 AM
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Hey bud, might wanna swap back to the stock 1.15 housing with those stage 1's. Your turbo is not gonna like that extra fuel with the smaller housing.
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Old 04-23-2012, 12:04 PM
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What if I changed the turbo to a bigger one it was to much of a pain in the *** to change thy housing I refuse to do it again lol. I would like to do some more mods but not to sure what else to do this is my first Powerstroke and just doing the stuff I know about any other suggestions. I don't wanna spend to much money but the truck doesn't get out of the garage to much but I would rather spend my extra money on my psd than anything else
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Old 04-23-2012, 12:14 PM
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It should be a lot easier if it wasn't changed to long ago, and if you wanna sell it let me know.
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Old 04-23-2012, 12:28 PM
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What if I changed the turbo to a bigger one it was to much of a pain in the *** to change thy housing I refuse to do it again lol. I would like to do some more mods but not to sure what else to do this is my first Powerstroke and just doing the stuff I know about any other suggestions. I don't wanna spend to much money but the truck doesn't get out of the garage to much but I would rather spend my extra money on my psd than anything else
Thats understandable. If you wanna drop an extra grand, you can have a D66
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That small housing doesn't give you any egt issues with no intercooler? I want to do it but I'm not really interested in an intercooler anytime soon.
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