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Question Converting E99 to later 7.3

Can anyone tell me what all is needed to convert an e99 to a later 99 7.3. Also what would the total cost be. I'm sure that several members have already did this.
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Up pipes, turbo, pedestal, intake manifolds, spider pipe, a few boots.

I've got some of the parts to do this if you like?

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PCM
IDM
Turbo
Intake spider
Intake manifolds
Boots between spider and manifolds
Up pipes
Injectors
Turbo pedestal
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PCM
IDM
Turbo
Intake spider
Intake manifolds
Boots between spider and manifolds
Up pipes
Injectors
Turbo pedestal
You don't need the PCM or IDM.

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I said those two things for a reason, minor but still.

PCM because you get a cruise control light (lol)

And IDM because I did notice an immediate difference putting it in my truck. I've read they put out the same voltage but they have different part numbers so SOMETHING has to be different. I've actually had all 3 hooked up to my truck at one point or another and you do notice a SOTP change.

That and it's technically part of the E99 conversion if you want to be thorough

Also to the OP, don't upgrade the PCM because somebody told you yours can't be chipped, or isn't as good chipped. I know DP, and probably the other tuners have figured out the E99 tuning years ago. I upgraded mine because I did a manual swap at the same time.
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Also front wheel bearings and rotors and track bar if you want the 99.5 bearings are half the price of the e99
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Are the ports on the intercooler a different size?
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Are the ports on the intercooler a different size?
Nope

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The intercooler pipes are the same too, somebody said somewhere that they wont match up but I have a pipe from an 02 on one side of mine, and a 00 one on the other.
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The intercooler pipes are the same too, somebody said somewhere that they wont match up but I have a pipe from an 02 on one side of mine, and a 00 one on the other.
Cool. I know IC boots have different sizes, but I wasn't sure if it was just intake side.
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