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Arrow Looking for DIY 7.3 innter cooler write up and place to get e99 spyder

So i picked up a 7.3 inner cooler today and the piping and have been looking for a write up on the DIY and can only find one using the 6.0 one and idk if there is a difference in the two, can someone help? Also i can not find a e99 spyder in my area or a new one on the net and am in need of if there's a place that sells them on the web.
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Keep looking for the e99 spyder or maybe a Banks OBS spyder as a new one on the web is very expensive. You used to be able to buy them from Ford for about $100, but then the price went up to what it is now. I have a writeup done by a guy that used to sell DIY 99+ retrofit kits with pipes and spyder so if you want that, PM me your email address and I will send it. Cheers!

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Best bet to find a e99 spyder is ebay or craigslist, buddy of mine just recently found one on craigslist for $100. Here's a writeup Tims I/C Page example

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OK thanks guys. Patrick my email is coxs864@gmail.com. I have been looking and it has been a hard thing to find, I dont know if iam searching with the wrong name or what but i have tryed intakes and spyder pipe in my searches and not any luck in finding a e99 one just 99.5-03 comes up.
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Use searchtempest.com You may have search 7.3 powerstroke and sift through all the stuff that comes up.

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banks still makes the pipes and spyder. not cheap. and only banks pipes work with the spyder and vice versa

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OK thanks i will try looking one up that way
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