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post #1 of 23 Old 10-10-2013, 11:25 AM Thread Starter
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Let's see your motor compartment!

I dunno about you guys but I like my stuff to be nice and clean and sense I have most of my motor apart I want to clean up some stuff and paint a few things.

So post up what your motor compartment looks like

L99 f250 7.3 powerstroke,
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Thinking of doing the manifold alum color, and the IC pipes red, with the blue riffraff boots.
Probably it for now till I get a spare 7.3 to start building.
Might go old school with dark ford blue motor, chrome valve covers lol

L99 f250 7.3 powerstroke,
L99 hybrid turbo,
Built transmission,
TS, 6 position chip,
AIH delete,
4"to5" exhaust,
foil delete,
UMP intake,
Zoodad mod,
FPR alum housing with black spring,
6.0 tranny cooler,
6.0 PS cooler,
06 dash swap,
06 axles and suspension,
09 steering box,
Saginaw PSP conversion,
many other swaps & conversions
Torque app for gauges,


71 early bronco "rock crawler" 351w,c6,strong box,np205,1tons, 44"tires, ect ect.
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I agree broncomitch, I like everything to be clean and looking good. Here is my motor compartment. Let's see your motor compartment!-46fd79911c2eaaf36e764eddd82fd0f5x.jpg
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Couldnt find one with the entire engine bay but this is mine.


2000 F-250 XCLB 4x4 6 Speed, PIS 175/80's, ARP's, 910's, CNC Fuel Lines, 6637 Intake, GTP38R WW2, 4" turbo back, Hydra with Powerstruck and PHP tunes. International Up-pipes, ISSPRO Boost, EGT, HPOP and Fuel Pressure gauges. SB Clutch. MB Diesel HPOP.

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ive gone through 3 different phases, this was right after i got the truck, 4 years ago



this was in june, i decided to strip the paint and polish the spyder and ic pipes,


and this was done a few weeks ago when i did my uppies and rebuilt the turbo, the turbo got some paint as well








plans are for the valve covers to eventually be purple, and get black IC boots, and the spyder to get a more thorough polish, and get an engine cover like the one in the link and paint it purple
http://www.dfuser.com/mfg/powerstrok...e%20Covers.php

2000 Ford F250 7.3 4x4 158k miles. MODS: Beans Tunes, 4" exhaust, custom twin intake, boost fooler, ported housing w/ Clays 11 blade billet compressor wheel, foil delete, glowshifts 3 in 1 gauge, AIH delete, bellowed uppies
Future mods: banks intercooler, coolingmist, 6.0 trans cooler, BWD blue powder coated valve covers, BWD coated exhaust manifolds.

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How did you polish the IC pipes? They look good.


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After the new engine. Sadly, not so shiny now, 3 years later.


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Here's a decent pic

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LIFTED 10" :: 38X15.50X20 MUD GRAPLERS :: INTAKE :: 4" TB EXHAUST :: SAVING FOR COMPLETE BUILD
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How did you polish the IC pipes? They look good.


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Clean em up really good and get a buffing wheel and polishing compound.

L99 f250 7.3 powerstroke,
L99 hybrid turbo,
Built transmission,
TS, 6 position chip,
AIH delete,
4"to5" exhaust,
foil delete,
UMP intake,
Zoodad mod,
FPR alum housing with black spring,
6.0 tranny cooler,
6.0 PS cooler,
06 dash swap,
06 axles and suspension,
09 steering box,
Saginaw PSP conversion,
many other swaps & conversions
Torque app for gauges,


71 early bronco "rock crawler" 351w,c6,strong box,np205,1tons, 44"tires, ect ect.
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ive gone through 3 different phases, this was right after i got the truck, 4 years ago



this was in june, i decided to strip the paint and polish the spyder and ic pipes,


and this was done a few weeks ago when i did my uppies and rebuilt the turbo, the turbo got some paint as well








plans are for the valve covers to eventually be purple, and get black IC boots, and the spyder to get a more thorough polish, and get an engine cover like the one in the link and paint it purple
DFUSER Diesel Performance Products Exhaust High Performance Part Diesel Intake Diesel Power Chips

Why didn't you paint the spyder ?
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