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Old 01-25-2008, 04:33 PM
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Cool High Pressure Oil Crossover Hose

Hi, I am from Australia seeking your expertise on this issue.
Anybody out there have any knowledge on the benefits of fitting one of these hoses to a 7.3 and can you do it yourself or is it a dealer job?
Anything I can read on this including any downsides to the change.
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There is a thread on here from Performance Oil Products titled ' for you 7.3 guys' about his product & alot of info.I just ordered a HPX from them tonite. I'm sure there are other threads on here as well.
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Old 01-25-2008, 04:43 PM
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here you go bud For you 7.3 Guys

super easy to install and they work great

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Old 01-25-2008, 04:48 PM
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here you go bud For you 7.3 Guys

super easy to install and they work great

-Raul
Thanks Raul, I'm not computer saavy enough to figure out links ( I'm lucky to get on the .ORG! )
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Thanks Raul, I'm not computer saavy enough to figure out links ( I'm lucky to get on the .ORG! )
You are not alone, I feel your pain. My 9yr old can run this thing better than I can.
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just say the cross over line was a great bang for your buck purchase. It made my engine run much smoother got rid of alot of shakes and provided more power at higher rpms with my after market injectors. It was ok to install but I would recommend the right tools i didnt have them when I put it in it tool about 1.5 hours. it starts easier too. And you know what they say a smoother truck creates more horse.
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Old 02-10-2008, 12:23 AM
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Thanks to everyone who provided advice and direction in relation to the install of the high pressure oil crossover line. Still waiting for it to arrive from the US but will advise when done.
Thanks again.
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Good deal, bud! Let us know...
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i did mine took bout 15 mins to do pretty easy but gotta say i didnt notice any difference at all but my truck already ran really smooth so thats probally why some trucks are just different
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I put a home made one on my truck a few years ago and noticed no difference, A month or two later I developed a bad oil leak that I traced to one of the #5 O-rings where the hose connected to the head. I just took it off and put the plugs back in until I could get another O-ring, that was about 2 years ago.
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