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I am getting a 2002 E350, 7.3. I have heard for a lack of room under the hood the vans have no intercooler. Some people have told me that the van also has a smaller turbo, and others have said that it has a bigger turbo.???
Also, does anyone have specs like HP and torque numbers for the vans. Are there any other mechanical difference I should know about, computer, cooling system?
Any information is greatly appreciated.
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the van turbo's are the same size as the SuperDuty turbo's EXCEPT the vans has a 1.15 A/R exhaust housing on it with NO wastegate... (bigger housing than the SD's to make up for no I/C)

I believe the vans were 215HP or it could have been 235hp and I cant remember the Tq., I do know its in the 500's....

early 99 cclb srw 4x4, auto, intake, exhaust, and a bunch of other asthetics to make it look better...


*SOLD* early 99 cc drw 2wd auto, PMT2 pcm with PHP tunes, exhaust w/ 6" tip, MSP intake, AD's, late 99 conversion, gauges, Terminator modded 17* HPOP, and some other pointless stuff like the zoodad, 6.0IC, etc etc....

499K original miles when sold...
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Wow.. Its easier to believe they would have the same turbo. Does the bigger housing allow for better heat disippation then? And does the lack of a wastegate have anything to do with heat, or is it more a lack of room?
Sorry, I drive a tractor trailer for a living, but don't know much about the light duty stuff.
Thanks for the help.

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if you ever need a turbo i have a complete one with only 100xxx on it i will sell you can get me at chicken_farmer_boy@yahoo.com
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Wow.. Its easier to believe they would have the same turbo. Does the bigger housing allow for better heat disippation then? And does the lack of a wastegate have anything to do with heat, or is it more a lack of room?
Sorry, I drive a tractor trailer for a living, but don't know much about the light duty stuff.
Thanks for the help.
the bigger housing has improved flow which helps keep EGT's low because the vans have no I/C to help keep things cool.....

Honestly I am not sure why no wastegate other than, I dont think one will fit with the size of the 1.15 housing and also the room under the hood/dash... LOL

the van turbos are the same as the OBS (old body style AKA 94-97's) turbo's with the exception of the the van turbo's have the SD compressor side (bigger) where the older one have a smaller wheel and compressor housing...

early 99 cclb srw 4x4, auto, intake, exhaust, and a bunch of other asthetics to make it look better...


*SOLD* early 99 cc drw 2wd auto, PMT2 pcm with PHP tunes, exhaust w/ 6" tip, MSP intake, AD's, late 99 conversion, gauges, Terminator modded 17* HPOP, and some other pointless stuff like the zoodad, 6.0IC, etc etc....

499K original miles when sold...
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if you ever need a turbo i have a complete one with only 100xxx on it i will sell you can get me at chicken_farmer_boy@yahoo.com
Thanks for the offer. Hopefully it won't be an issue.
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the bigger housing has improved flow which helps keep EGT's low because the vans have no I/C to help keep things cool.....

Honestly I am not sure why no wastegate other than, I dont think one will fit with the size of the 1.15 housing and also the room under the hood/dash... LOL

the van turbos are the same as the OBS (old body style AKA 94-97's) turbo's with the exception of the the van turbo's have the SD compressor side (bigger) where the older one have a smaller wheel and compressor housing...
Thanks for the info. Can't wait to get it. Its gonna be my camper/motorcycle hauler.
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