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post #1 of 8 Old 11-08-2010, 03:26 PM Thread Starter
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99 ford stroker 2wd stick

hey hows it going
i just got a 99 7.3 intercooled 2wd reg cab plan jane inerior 6 speed stick with 255.000kms whats problems will i be seeing
are theses intercooled 7.3s a good motor to mod
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Sounds like a good ride. 7.3's are tough motors and are fairly easy to mod.

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1995 F-250 XLT
7.3 Powerstroke Lapis Blue Metallic SuperCab ZF5 3.55 2wd Long Bed 275k miles
3.5 from the downpipe to stock 6.4 muffler, 43367 diy intake.

1993 F250 XL RCLB Turbo 7.3 IDI zf5 2wd 223k miles; 5 inch exhaust & tint -sold-
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welcomee... easy to mod just $$$ to make alot of power.
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what can i do with 0 dollars to make some power. my 1st thing i going to do is hack the exhaust of short and drill holes in and air box and put K&N filter in. i also going to do the exhaust brake mod to
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stay away from k&n
search diy intake

2000 f250
diy intake
4"straight pipe
ccv dumped outside
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but that is diy filter i go store i buy it i put it in i did it myself lol

i hear ya paul i should find another filter to use

99 ford powerpuller, 7.3 inter cooled, 2wd, reg cab, 6 speed stick, 255.xxx km, plain jane interior
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here you go

DIY Intake

2000 f250
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i get my filters here
cheapest place i found
Wix 46637 & Napa 6637 Air Filter: FleetFilter Secure Online Store
i cut my exhaust before the mufler and got a 45 in there and i love it

2000 f250
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