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Old 10-16-2012, 03:11 AM
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HELP!!!!did they give me the wrong motor?!?!?!?

i bought a salvage motor to replace my 99.5 7.3L. it showed up today and im worried that they sent me an e99 instead. please tell me what you think.

my old engine---turbo was bigger looking, 1.0a/r
i had a gpr and a iah

replacement engine---turbo looked smaller 1.1 a/r
only one relay (i assume that is gpr)
i read somewhere that e99 dont have iah?

here are the pictures
the 1st pic is of the old engine i pulled
the 2nd pic is of the one the salvage yard sent me
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Yep looks early to me. you can convert it to late because you have all the parts from the old motor I believe.
e99 turbo only has 4 bolts holding on the turbo compressor front plate, no iah, 2in intake instead of 3in intake plenums...
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Looks early, If your other stuff is good you can swap it. Early 99 will have AB code Inj which flow slightly less than late 99 AD code inj. If you are not going for max power it probably isnt a big difference.
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Old 10-16-2012, 06:59 AM
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so....... the injectors are different (which ones are more fuel efficient?)

also with the turbo......underneath where the turbo connects to the heads.....the adapters look different..... will they just swap with my old ones?
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Old 10-16-2012, 07:03 AM
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The e99 still have splits... but I think they are smaller splits. Keep your recent model injectors if you can; should be bigger. Or upgrade to singles if possible
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Old 10-16-2012, 07:06 AM
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maybe the adapters are the plenums? also will the pcm work if i dont swap the injectors?
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Old 10-16-2012, 11:37 AM
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where is the best place to get orings and washers for the injectors? is it dealer only or do local places carry that stuff?
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most likely what your calling adapters are plenums (go from y to head?).

go to dieselorings.com they will have the o rings you need at a fair price.

Pcm should work but may not be optimal (someone else is probably better to ask on this)

I would recommend swapping hpop because e99 is 15 degree swash and late is 17degree swash plate(moves more oil)
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There is quite a few differences between the two... do a search for guys who swap it all over.

including what was mentioned above... plenums, manifolds, up-pipes, front cover,

The one good thing is you know you will have a motor with forged rods.
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Old 10-16-2012, 12:44 PM
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Serious? The e99 have the forged rods? That sounds a lot better. The company is trying to give me $400 in store credit for the mix up. I told him I want 400 back. I wanna be done with the company
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