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6.0 intercooler for 7.3

I found an intercooler from an 05 6.0, and I'm looking to put it on my 95 7.3. It has the tubing from the 6.0 still. What am I going to need to make this work?

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I found an intercooler from an 05 6.0, and I'm looking to put it on my 95 7.3. It has the tubing from the 6.0 still. What am I going to need to make this work?

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6.0 IC will work great, 6.0 tubes wont work.

You will need either an E-99 intake spider along with custom pipes (7.3 hot and cold pipes can work when modded) or a custom after market IC pipe system. Those arent cheap, but are bolt on. If you have a welder and the ability you could fab your own pipes.

Its not a bolt in mod unless you go with an aftermarket kit...

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even those need the core support cut tho, nothing is bolt in but the 6.0 ic is only thing you can use

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even those need the core support cut tho, nothing is bolt in but the 6.0 ic is only thing you can use
What makes you say that?? I have seen plenty 7.3 IC's in obs trucks.

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even the aftermarket kits need to cut the core supports so they are not truly a bolt in is what kris is saying

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So is there a kit available for all the plumbing if I pick up a 6.0 intercooler. I can get a cooler pretty cheap from a local salvage yard.

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not that i know of. you can either by the banks stuff new i would guess it would be pricey, you can find it used (that's what i did), or you can use an E99 spyder and fab your own pipes get custom made, pipes, or rework the E99 pipes to fit

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