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Old 01-25-2008, 07:03 AM
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99 7.3 Performance parts

One of my customers has an early 99, ge bought it January of 99.

its and F350 SRW, crew cab long bed 4X4, 150K miles all stock until last week. He bought a Superchips programmer 1805. Is this thing any good. What can he add to it for better performance.

What's the best intake, exhaust and any other upgrades?

Thanks 7.3 guys,.
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Old 01-25-2008, 07:14 AM
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i have a 99 7.3 and i have a a.f.e intake and a 5 inch straight pipe. im getting a tw chip and some injectors. i have a superchip flashpaq right now and its alright.
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thanks, anyone else.
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One of my customers has an early 99, ge bought it January of 99.

its and F350 SRW, crew cab long bed 4X4, 150K miles all stock until last week. He bought a Superchips programmer 1805. Is this thing any good. What can he add to it for better performance.

What's the best intake, exhaust and any other upgrades?

Thanks 7.3 guys,.
AFE stage 2 intake, 4" turbo back straight pipe exhaust, gauges, and custom tuned chip by either Tony Wildman or DP-Tuner. Cant go wrong with that set up.
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Old 01-25-2008, 07:21 AM
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Tell him to look over my early 99.
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Old 01-25-2008, 07:23 AM
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IS IT AUTO OR MAUNAL IF ITS A MANUAL I GOT A PCM TO UPGRADE HIS OLD ONE
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its an auto
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If simple tow power is what you are after. I suggest the AIS intake, magnaflow exhaust, banks big head wastegate actuator and a DP tuner chip. That will give you a good boost in power, give you the best filtering of any intake out there and good tuning for tow/economy driving.

Try Farmboy diesel or stealth automotive for exhaust systems. They are sponsors on here

Gauges here: Stealth Automotive. Auto Meter Triple Pillar Gauge Kit Ultra-Lite Series

DP Tuner chip from here: DP-Tuner Multi-Position Chip

intake from here: Powerstrokeshop.com

Plus this intake hose to make the intake fit: Powerstrokeshop.com

wastegate actuator here: Banks Big Head Actuator

Last edited by strokin_early_99; 01-25-2008 at 02:12 PM. Reason: I always forget about the gauges, always! Thanks Raul for the reminder.
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TW chip, AFE stage 2 intake, 4" straight pipe exhaust and Autometer gauges
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TW chip, AFE stage 2 intake, 4" straight pipe exhaust and Autometer gauges
Rual, this is for one of my customers. He may be contacting you soon as he is not seeing the gains from him superchips programer that he though he would.
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