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I have a early 99 F350 super duty made 11/98, I want to put a S&B cold air intake 75-5028 in her. I keep reading different things about the early 99's. I only want to do this once and I want to do it right! And I want to put on a 4" exaust, and I was wondering if that is tricky also, on the early 99's. If anyone can help I would really appreciate it. Thanx Bob

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I have an e99. I got the 4" turbo back MBRP and it was cake to install. I installed it by myself in about an hour (including cutting the old crap out) The hardest part is getting the clamp off the turbo, just soak it really good in pb blaster the whole day before, and it should come off with a little prying.

I ended up doing the Napa DIY filter, and as a bonus, the MBRP kit comes with an extra sleeve for a crew cab, and since I have a super cab I didn't need it, but it was perfect (when cut to length) to sleeve the filter onto the stock intake boot.



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The intake is super easy to install, I put a ford ais intake on my early 99 and I love it. I also put a 4 inch mbrp strait pipe system on. The hardest part of putting in the exhaust is getting the clamp from the turbo to the down pipe off. Just take a flat blade screw driver and pry under the ears of the clamp after you loosen the bolt on the clamp. There are three sections to the clamp. Other than that it is pretty strait forward, just piece the pipe together and your there.
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I have an e99. I got the 4" turbo back MBRP and it was cake to install. I installed it by myself in about an hour (including cutting the old crap out) The hardest part is getting the clamp off the turbo, just soak it really good in pb blaster the whole day before, and it should come off with a little prying.

I ended up doing the Napa DIY filter, and as a bonus, the MBRP kit comes with an extra sleeve for a crew cab, and since I have a super cab I didn't need it, but it was perfect (when cut to length) to sleeve the filter onto the stock intake boot.
I also have a e99 and I agree with spraying the turbo clamp and the rubber hangers and it will be a piece of cake!!


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No Problem!

Forgot to add, my truck had the foil delete done when I bought it, and with the straight pipe and intake, this thing whistles like a big rig. Seriously! My friend has a e99 with intake and 5" straight pipe and for some reason mine whistles SOOOOO much more than his. His sounds alot deeper, but I love the way mine sounds.



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Does the same exaust fit early and late 99's? Or is it different?
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No Problem!

Forgot to add, my truck had the foil delete done when I bought it, and with the straight pipe and intake, this thing whistles like a big rig. Seriously! My friend has a e99 with intake and 5" straight pipe and for some reason mine whistles SOOOOO much more than his. His sounds alot deeper, but I love the way mine sounds.
I know what you mean mine had 4inch on it but seems to whistle the same!! Plus deeper but it has a high flow turbo outlet on it idk if that makes it any louder or not!!

And yea I'm sure they are the same!


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Ok then I feel better. I just did not want to order it online and get the wrong one. If you know what I mean.
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Does the same exaust fit early and late 99's? Or is it different?
Its the same for both models.


The only thing about e99 and aftermarket exhaust, is if you have a 6 speed I guess it rubs.

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