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Are the intercoolers the same from 2003-07

Is there any difference in the intercoolers from 2003-07 because they are coming up as diff part #s and i was just wondering if one was bigger or if they mounted up diff.

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Same size, they might have changed the part numbers due to everything else changing, but they are the same...

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Make sure they are not calling a 08 IC an 07 for one reason or another...

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ok. thanks for the info. I think he looked up an 06 and the were diff too. he said they changed from 05 on and from 03-04 they were the same.

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I think the only dif is some have plasitc tak ends and some are all aluminum I may B wrong tho



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No, all the 6.0 IC's are the plastic... sucks but true...

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actually I remember reading (i think on here) that some of the 6.0 'coolers have 3" inlet on the cold side and some have a 3.5" inlet. That should be the only difference.

Correction: straight from the 6.0 intercooler install from the tech files: "The easiest way to correct this is to purchase a transition hose, 3x3.25x8 and another 3x3x8. It is my understanding that some later ‘05-‘06 IC’s have a diameter of 3.5 on the hot side, so you may want to measure your IC before you order your hoses."

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