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Old 05-24-2013, 03:53 PM
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Will it work?

Quick question for you guys. I found an intercooler out of a '99 7.3, it was the stock intercooler, for $100 on craigslist. Just intercooler itself, no pipes or anything. Will it fit a '95, and if so, how much cutting will be required? Also, how much money will I have to put into parts that go along with the intercooler? Thank you!
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If you go to a junk yard and get the spyder and pipes it should bolt right up with little to no modification. You might have to make brackets for the intercooler.
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You will have to cut holes on sides of radiator, you will have to fabricate pipes, and if you can find an e99 spider that will help, other wise you will have to fabricate it, or buy a pipe kit
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Is it worth the trouble for that price?
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Every intercooler install requires that exact amount of work, so yes
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You will have to cut holes on sides of radiator, you will have to fabricate pipes, and if you can find an e99 spider that will help, other wise you will have to fabricate it, or buy a pipe kit
Radiator? please tell me you mean the radiator support as i am no mechanic but, i am certain two holes in a radiator?
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Around the radiator, on the out side of the rad
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yes he meant rad support not the actual radiator
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Sorry for my confusion
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