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Old 10-14-2012, 12:07 AM
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2000 and up turbo inlet pipe on early 99 fit?

Problem: My early 99 7.3 f350 has cracks in the turbo inlet pipe.

question: can I use the 2000 and up turbo inlet pipe or do I have to get the early99 one? I ask because the 2000 and up has a different bend to it.
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no if i remember correctly the intake manifolds are different.
the intake plenums on e 99 are smaller than later style.
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You talking exhaust right?
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i think he means the intake manifold (spider)
not the y collector for the exhaust?
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i was under the impression they are all different, the runners, the spider, the up pipes, the collector, the pedestal and the turbo... if anything is interchangeable it'd be news to me... but according to my ex-wife I'm wrong a lot...
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... but according to my ex-wife I'm wrong a lot...
LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!
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so answer is no?
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We are needing a more clear explanation of what you need before we say yes/no.
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There are two tubes between turbo and air filter. Im talking about the one that is clamped down to turbo.
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The one going into turbo from the air filter, or the hard line aluminum line from IC/turbo??
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