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Old 06-30-2012, 09:40 AM
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6 liter inter-cooler in Early 99 7.3 F350

I was reading some where that a 6 liter inter-cooler will fit in a early 99 7.3. That it will help bring down the EGT. Does anyone know if it will fit right in with the 7.3 inter-cooler brackets and tubes or will I have to get all new tubes and boots. I'm trying to bring down the EGT's while pulling an enclosed 4 place snowmobile trailer. The pickup has the DIY 6637mod running a Donaldson air filter a new Terminator T500 HPOP. 4inch MRBP exhaust from turbo back a F5 DP turner,I usually run it in 60 HP econo., cross over line, regulated return line ,new EBPV and tube. 6 spd manual with a 350 HP South Bend clutch and pressure plate. . Zoodad mod. it has the gray CPS in it.Recent radiator flush and a coolant filter. I run Rotella 15-40 oil. There's more updates and parts, but can't remember all of them right now.It was live tuned by Jody two summers ago in Denver.
Any help or suggest would be great.

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direct bolt in but isn't really worth the time spent to change it. not a big enough difference.
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What EGTs you have?
What I would do is gut the EBPV to free that up and maybe swap out to a different turbine housing if you're hauling that much and really need it.
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Old 07-01-2012, 08:21 AM
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I'm trying to get the EGT's down. I have to be constantly looking at the EGT gauge. Climbing a long hill the EGT's get up there really fast pulling the trailer. Even when running empty the egts climb fast when I put my foot down. I've checked for intake air leaks and everything is tight. I can pull 22 lbs of boost.The pickup has enough power just need to get the egt's down. Out here in Montana we have lots of hills and mountains. Either I slow down or down shift.The EGT gauge is in the 1100 to 1250 range.When pulling a hill the egts get to the red in a hurry and I have to let off the throttle and sometimes down shift.
I pull that trailer at 75 mph.

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Old 07-01-2012, 11:42 AM
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If you're towing that much then get the next bigger turbine housing and that should keep that top end power nicely, loose some low end, and allow it to breathe a little faster.
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