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Old 09-24-2009, 03:05 PM
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need help with motor swap

ok im about to buy a 2000 7.3 with 110000 miles on it for 1750 good deal i think but anyways i need to know whatelse ill need to make the change from a early 99 truck to a 2000 motor????

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Old 09-24-2009, 03:13 PM
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Is the motor you're buyin complete?

Should just need to swap the IDM and PCM and you'll be good. If, the new motor is complete. Otherwise, the turbo, uppipes, manifolds, ypipe, and fuel bowl I think, are different.
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ok thats not as bad i i thought it was gonna be haha but a ballpark range what do you think itll cost for the idm and pcm? 300?
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ok thats not as bad i i thought it was gonna be haha but a ballpark range what do you think itll cost for the idm and pcm? 300?
I don't even know for sure if you'll need to swap 'em. The PCM can probably be reflashed? I'm not for sure on that though.

And I have no idea what injectors the early 99's had. If they had the 130cc AD's that the late 99 on's had, then you shouldn't need a new IDM either.

With or without those things bein updated, it should run. Just might not run as well as it should.

Somebody will chime in here and straiten us both out lol
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Old 09-24-2009, 10:07 PM
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well the early trucks have the ab injectors so id probably have to change it
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Are you buying just the engine? Can you buy the PCM and IDM off the truck the engine came out of? That would be what I would do.

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well i called them they have the pcm for 100 and i dont know about the idm they called it a multi funcitonal control thinga majig for 60 idk if its the idm though so ill get the pcm from them probably.... and get the idm elsewhere so i know its the right one....also could i just take the computer to the dealer and get it reflased for the motor?
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Old 09-25-2009, 10:49 AM
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also whats the cheapest aftermarket turbo i can get for the 7.3? looking to spend between 400-800 if possible
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You might find something used for that cheap. I don't think you'll find anything new for that. A guy could probably take a stocker and put the ats or beans housing on it with a wicked wheel and stay under the 800 mark.
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