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Old 11-20-2012, 06:30 PM
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only good shot i really have of it

89 F350 with a 97 E350 7.3 in it
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Old 11-20-2012, 06:32 PM
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Trubo, boost leaks, post turbo exhaust leaks, bad injectors.... could be anything. Just need to get it on a scanner and look at engine parameters
had taken some stuff off, that wheel inside the turbo spins fine,doesn't hesitate, it still has the stock ford downpipe?? leading from the turbo then down to a magnaflow exhaust/muffler
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Thats a sweet setup. I meant of the engine in the truck
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Old 11-20-2012, 06:44 PM
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OH, sorry here, i can get better ones tommorow, these were more about the turbo and hose setup and such
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OH, sorry here, i can get better ones tommorow, these were more about the turbo and hose setup and such
I get that. as soon as you said out of a van it peaked my interest. Wow, that is straight out of a van.I run 160/80's and a d-66 with Tyrant tunes and am more than happy with it if that helps. Your set up is so much different that I wouldn't even know where to begin as the WHOLE van setup is swapped over.
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I get that. as soon as you said out of a van it peaked my interest. Wow, that is straight out of a van.I run 160/80's and a d-66 with Tyrant tunes and am more than happy with it if that helps. Your set up is so much different that I wouldn't even know where to begin as the WHOLE van setup is swapped over.
im looking into a ts 6 pos chip here soon, focusing on making my turbo louder and getting a better exhaust and such

also anyone know where to get some hoses/ pipeing or what ever to mount to the 6637?? unless ole blue has it?
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Looks to me like you are going to have a problem using the 6637 because of where your oil fill and power steering reservoir are located
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Looks to me like you are going to have a problem using the 6637 because of where your oil fill and power steering reservoir are located
it will be mounted on the pass side, above the tire
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With that silencer in there it probably would be best to start new tubing from the turbo but if you use metal intake tubing just make sure that it can't touch any open electrical connections like the ones on your glow plug relay
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With that silencer in there it probably would be best to start new tubing from the turbo but if you use metal intake tubing just make sure that it can't touch any open electrical connections like the ones on your glow plug relay
gonna remove that silencer and everything, anyone know what this vent is? has a hose under it that leads into the motor
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