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post #1 of 9 Old 05-17-2009, 08:37 PM Thread Starter
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early to late turbo upgrade help

i'm looking for a list of parts i need to change to do the upgrade. ford part numbers might be alot to ask but would help alot.

engine is out of the truck and i would love to get this done before it goes back in.


thanks, john

early 99 f350 w/06 nose
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I don't have part numbers, but:
Turbo
Pedistal
Up-pipes w/collector (go with IH bellowed up-pipes if you can afford it)
Spyder pipe
Intake plenums
Spyder to plenum boots/clamps

97 F350 CCLB 4x4 PSD
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Does the early 99 have the air heater in the spyder pipe?
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no it does not

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I am upgrading to a late 99-03 turbo setup, and I was wondering if there is a plug on the early 99 spyder pipe that will work to plug up the AIH on the late 99-03 spyder pipe.
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I know there is a plug but I don't know a part number. They say you can use a dodge (cummins I assume) drain plug to plug the AIH.

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that is correct MR. wyane lol

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Old setup: 38R, Terminator HPOPx2 w/ R-IPR,Crane Push Rods, H-11's, 250cc Hybrids-(Cracked it with StageII's) ITP RR, Built Trans W/billet TC
^^^^ Cracked BLOCK ^^^^

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Why upgrade, no benefit if you need a better turbo get a D66 bolts right up.
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It was a cheaper route for me to go. I got everything for around $500. Plus, it gives me the option for a bigger turbo down the road.
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