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Old 01-23-2011, 05:24 PM
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What year model intakes are interchangeable?

I'm looking at buying a GoGo Diesel Stage 1 intake for my 2005 F350. I'm in the process of gathering all my parts for when the truck goes in for studs. I have no idea when I'll actually get it in the shop, so I don't want to mess with a core charge. I'm going to pick up a spare intake to send in to have done. My question is, what year models can I buy that will work on my 2005 6.0L? Isn't there a difference between the earlier models and the newer models? I just want to make sure a I buy a spare that will work for my 2005. Thanks in advance.
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The '03 and early '04 intakes have the cross over behind the turbo, I think the later '04 thru '07 are all pretty much the same.
You might want to call and ask Doug if it would make any difference, but I think he eliminates the cross over on the early ones when he makes a stage 1 intake
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Beat me too it... I was looking on ebay and saw the same thing. You might try car-part.com for intakes too..
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The '03 and early '04 intakes have the cross over behind the turbo, I think the later '04 thru '07 are all pretty much the same.
You might want to call and ask Doug if it would make any difference, but I think he eliminates the cross over on the early ones when he makes a stage 1 intake
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Beat me too it... I was looking on ebay and saw the same thing. You might try car-part.com for intakes too..
03 was the only year with the crossover in the back. 04+ are interchangeable I think.
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The '03 and early '04 intakes have the cross over behind the turbo, I think the later '04 thru '07 are all pretty much the same.
You might want to call and ask Doug if it would make any difference, but I think he eliminates the cross over on the early ones when he makes a stage 1 intake
I emailed him, but I'll try to call him tomorrow. I have had a couple people email me that have 03's available. I'll see what Doug sais and go from there.
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-2003 model year engines use the rear crossover.

-late 2004 model year engines use a unique air inlet to accommodate the EGR throttle plate.

-2005 to 2007 model year engines are all the same.
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-2003 model year engines use the rear crossover.

-late 2004 model year engines use a unique air inlet to accommodate the EGR throttle plate.

-2005 to 2007 model year engines are all the same.
I thought the 04's could be converted to get rid of butterfly
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Old 01-23-2011, 06:14 PM
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you can remove the throttle plate or swap to an 05-07 intake elbow.


on 03-04 manifolds,they cut the crossover thing off and weld plates over the holes.iirc you can use any year but the 05-07's are less work.
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(IDK if they use anything but 05-07's for the stage 1's,looks like the cross over would be a problem.)

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Doug said that any year would be fine. Like you said, they cut the crossover out on the earlier models. Here is a picture of the earlier model next to the newer model:

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