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I have an early 99, that im swaping in a 02 7.3 into...so far I have a fuel cross over, (ww, 1.0 exhaust housing and high flow outlet), tymar intake, 5" exhaust, and eventually beans custom tuned chip...what other mods would you recommend for performance?
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not performance but if its an auto i would put a large 31 row 6.0L trans cooler, gauges.. for your trans i would do a upgraded valve body and a torque converter...

for performance your going to have to step up to a better turbo and injectors..

nothing "big" you can do to get more performance after a chip, intake and exhaust thats cheap...

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yeah I already have a valve body, and the truck already has dual tranny coolers, and eventually i might go ahead and put a tq in it but for now im going to wait on that
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yeah I already have a valve body, and the truck already has dual tranny coolers, and eventually i might go ahead and put a tq in it but for now im going to wait on that
ah k then your pretty much set after the chip... with stock injectors your kind of stuck at the 320hp to the wheels range no matter whos tuning you use....

1 more thing i would add is a CCV mod....

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where should i get that, and what does that do?
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it has pmr, im sure, what about meth/nitrous/propane??
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it has pmr, im sure, what about meth/nitrous/propane??
you either make one yourself or get one here:CCV Mod

im not a big fan with playing with juice.. IMO if your going to spend the money just do it right... stage 2 hybrids, bigger pump, 38R and custom tunes... that will get you to the 400hp to the wheels range....
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thanks for the advice, does anyone sell a converter lockup switch that comes with instructions and is easy to install?
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anymore opinions from other experts??
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PMR's no larger than stage 1's unless you swap the rods. Good drop on turbo for 1's..D66.
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