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7.3 psd vs 24v

I know there are tons of threads on this. I currently have a e99 7.3 powerstroke with 201k on it but i would like something manual. The idea truck i want is a 98 12v quad cab short box with an nv4500 but i cannot find one around wisconsin. so it comes down to a 7.3 with a zf6 tranny or a 24v with either an nv4500 or an nv5600. i would like the pros and cons of both please. thank you

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well, if the only thing you'd change about your truck is the transmission get the ford. if you just want to try something new buy a 24v. you can get alot of power out of a 24v.

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I'm still new to the powerstroke world but i can tell you about the 24v. If you get a 24v the first thing to do is get an airdog or fass system. The factory lift pump is the death of the injector pump, when the lift pump goes out the IP cannot get fuel so it basically burns up if you will. The second is to get the nv4500. The nv5600 only came with the high output pump which will not support as much power as the standard output that the nv4500 has. Also there are more stronger aftermarket parts for the 4500 than the 5600. That is just my observations from when i had my 24v.
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