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Old 12-19-2010, 08:11 PM
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motor mods. what do you think

im not to savey on the 7.3 i just know its the better motor and i can do all the work on it. i have a spare 7.3(it runs) im looking to upgrade it and rebuild. here are some thing i want to do but i dont know how far i should go.

the list: injectors(how big should i go?), compressor wheel upgrade, custom dyno if i can, 5" exhaust no cat

im going to be using the truck for towing and i like power. i plan on getting a toyhauler. one thing i dont want to do is upgrade the oil pump to high pressure.

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Well first.. what is your desired HP goals, and secondly, how much of the green you willing to throw around?
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understand how a 7.3 works first dude
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im not to savey on the 7.3 i just know its the better motor and i can do all the work on it. i have a spare 7.3(it runs) im looking to upgrade it and rebuild. here are some thing i want to do but i dont know how far i should go.

the list: injectors(how big should i go?), compressor wheel upgrade, custom dyno if i can, 5" exhaust no cat

im going to be using the truck for towing and i like power. i plan on getting a toyhauler. one thing i dont want to do is upgrade the oil pump to high pressure.

PS if you have anything els to add feel free
We have two oil pumps on our 7.3s, the low pressure pump is for engine lubrication and the high pressure pump supplies the oil to fire the injectors. You can run stage 1 or hybrid injectors off of the stock HPOP as long as it is in good shape. What year is your truck? The connecting rods will also be a major factor in deciding your HP goals.


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understand how a 7.3 works first dude
I see you must be to good to help out a new member, what a tool. You are obviously the 7.3 master.
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Old 12-19-2010, 10:30 PM
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I see you must be to good to help out a new member, what a tool. You are obviously the 7.3 master.

Nope, this forum is for epeen measuring only..



BTW to the OP, go to user CP and then edit signature and fill out that space with what your truck is including year, auto/manual and all that good stuff so we can know what your working with bud..
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you'll want to upgrade your oil pump if you want power and economy, plus your injectors will need it. you can do a good diy fuel system with regulated return get some good tunes intake exhaust and then upgrade your turbo, remember if the truck is auto youll need work doen to your trans before these motor mods.
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CJ- im looking around 300+ i still want it relieable. as for money i still want it cheap but i will buy the good parts. i know itll cost alot other wise i wouldnt have got a diesel. ill update my info.

stroken- i havent finished all my research on the motor yet. but i was looking at the hybrid injectors. depending on what motor i rebuild there both 99's one is early 99 and i also got a late 99
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We have two oil pumps on our 7.3s, the low pressure pump is for engine lubrication and the high pressure pump supplies the oil to fire the injectors. You can run stage 1 or hybrid injectors off of the stock HPOP as long as it is in good shape. What year is your truck? The connecting rods will also be a major factor in deciding your HP goals.




I see you must be to good to help out a new member, what a tool. You are obviously the 7.3 master.
hell i helped you out, look at whos tunes you're runnin. i told you that i had moved on from dp back in the day and you talked sh*t now you've moved on
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depending on what motor i rebuild there both 99's one is early 99 and i also got a late 99
Someone correct my if I'm wrong, but I believe the 99 and 2000 trucks had different rods than the later 7.3 ones and the early rods are stronger.
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hell i helped you out, look at whos tunes you're runnin. i told you that i had moved on from dp back in the day and you talked sh*t now you've moved on
Trust me it wasn't anything you said or have done that impressed me about Beans, and I don't remember ever asking you what your personal opinion was either. I see your so full of your full of yourself that you must think that everyone going to Beans is because of you? The only thing you and I will ever have in common is we own 7.3s and have Beans tunes nothing else.
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