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I have an early 99 f250 7.3 I was told that it has a different turbo and injectors than a year newer is this true? if so can I put a compressor wheel for the newer model in my turbo or do I have to get a whole new turbo? also will I be ok putting a chip in it with the different injectors and such?
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E99 turbo, injectors are smaller than the 99+. There's a good e99 section with a lot of good info

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The e99 wheel is better surge wise than the newer years. If you upgrade you would want a ww2 or similar from another company such as riffraff billet wheel. From what I've read you'll be fine puttin a chip on it just won't be able to gain quite as much. Still be night and day difference from stock.

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