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Old 07-18-2011, 04:13 PM
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Thumbs up ok guys my r&r ideas need yalls help

ok guys i have seen some guys on here run into problems with icp and cps also the ipr i just dont want to run into any issues. ok here is my idea new oil and motorcraft filter just got back from ga so its that time also i want to put a new cps and icp so i know there is nothing to worry bout. Next as for the ipr can you replace them or just rebuild everywhere i have seen just a rebuild kit. I am also in dress up mode i am going to change all the elctrical wire loom in the truck to dark teal to match my up pipe and manifold and the truck. Posted underneath is where i am getting everythign from im not to sure on where to get the intercooler boots from i need some one that looks good but works good to im thinking black boots i have not done the ccv mod yet due to my truck being at ford new paint job here is some pics of my engine now tell me what yall think

Colored Split Wire Loom the loom and tape

Replacement O-rings for Ford Diesel Engines the cps

Replacement O-rings for Ford Diesel Engines the icp


nott sure on boots help me out boys




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Old 07-18-2011, 04:15 PM
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i know that was alot or rust i already have both new batterys
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Old 07-18-2011, 04:35 PM
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any clue guys
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IMHO: If it aint broke, don't fix it. Not saying it's bad to keep a spare, but I wouldn't go replacing parts unless you had a reason to suspect they were going bad or malfunctioning.

That said, doing the looms sounds pretty cool.. I have been thinking about doing mine too, since I painted my I/C tubes/cover. PICS!
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Old 07-18-2011, 04:52 PM
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I seen a diamond plate cover would be sweet what u think bout boots
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I seen a diamond plate cover would be sweet what u think bout boots
I'm doing all mine when I can afford it.

When i pulled the turbo I took them all (6) inside and SOAKED them in Dawn AND degreaser. Twice. Then hit them in degreaser again. Then dried them overnight.

When I came and got them the next day, there was oil seeping out the ends from the fibers in the walls of the silicone. Had a hard time getting the ones under the spider to stay put when I clamped down with the new T-Bolt clamps.

If yours are oily AND you have the money for new ones, I would do the CCV FIRST, then put new boots on.
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Yeah sounds good what should go to get them
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