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Old 07-03-2012, 11:15 AM
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6.0 liter intercooler in an Early 99 F350

I put this thread in the performance section and not a lot of response. I have an early 99 7.3 and was wondering if a 6 liter intercooler would fit in the 99 without having to redo all the intercooler tubes. I'm trying to get the EGT's down when I pull my enclosed 4 place snowmobile trailer. I have a F5 DP tuner,with 40,60 and 80 Hp tow tunes, 60 and 80 HP econo tunes 100 HP performance tune and a 120 HP race tune. The pickup has a 6 speed trans.
Any help would be great. The egt's are running into the red on my EGT gauge when pulling a hill. I gear it down and that helps some, but the EGT's climb pretty fast. I understand that a 6 liter intercooler is larger and would help bring down the temps.Stock injectors a Terminator T500 HPOP regulated return cross over line. coolant filter, gray CPS, DIY Donaldson intake filter, 4 inch stainless exhaust,from turbo back.
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No one has put a inter-cooler from a 6 liter in an early 99 7.3
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I have not heard of this, but it's an interesting idea... not as much traffic here on the early '99 sub-forum area, try posting in the main general 7.3 forum, more traffic there, and, as far as I know, the install/pipeing issues would be the same for both early '99 and later trucks. Or the response might be that the gains aren't enough to warrent the trouble/cost.
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I have it done. you just need some boots. Riffraff Diesel Performance Parts | Ford 7.3 diesel | 7.3 powerstroke | Ford Powerstroke | 7.3L Powerstroke Parts sells them. I have a tyrant chip, bully dog 4" and afe stage 2 with GTP38R and run about 450 on the freeway @65 mph post turbo.
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