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Old 08-12-2012, 10:47 AM
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Where did you get the piece to get rid of the shroud over the turbo?
The part to hold the wire harness on the cowl is from a 7.3L, part number F81Z-14A099-CA
As it comes it's too long on the driver side, just cut it to length and it fits right on.
The wire harness is kinda stiff from getting baked by the turbo so I warmed it up with a heat gun and was able to straighten it out, I then wrapped it with some foil heat protective tape and cable tied it into the new 7.3L "shield assembly" (that's what Ford calls it).
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The part to hold the wire harness on the cowl is from a 7.3L, part number F81Z-14A099-CA
As it comes it's too long on the driver side, just cut it to length and it fits right on.
The wire harness is kinda stiff from getting baked by the turbo so I warmed it up with a heat gun and was able to straighten it out, I then wrapped it with some foil heat protective tape and cable tied it into the new 7.3L "shield assembly" (that's what Ford calls it).

Awesome thank you! I can't stand the shroud. i think i broke mine in two places now and needs to be replaced. Cant wait to put this on!
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The part to hold the wire harness on the cowl is from a 7.3L, part number F81Z-14A099-CA
As it comes it's too long on the driver side, just cut it to length and it fits right on.
The wire harness is kinda stiff from getting baked by the turbo so I warmed it up with a heat gun and was able to straighten it out, I then wrapped it with some foil heat protective tape and cable tied it into the new 7.3L "shield assembly" (that's what Ford calls it).
awesome!! thanks for the tip!
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Old 08-12-2012, 05:24 PM
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I gave mine a quick cleaning today.


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Do you think those battery cables are big enough?

What size are those anyway? Can't see the negative cables, did you change them out too?
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Old 08-12-2012, 05:37 PM
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Yes I changed them also.
They are 2/0.
I have had alt. problems so I put in a 220amp and the cables to go along with it and the Sears Platinum batts.
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Where did u get that done

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Nice, I'm gonna have to try that the next time I spend a day dedicated to cleaning the engine bay!



I've heard of a few guys doing this too. Again, I'll try this the next time I clean the engine bay.



I think you're right. It's just the angle of the pic. Here's a few pics of mine while I was installing the coolant filter. Next thing to do is to flush the Ford Gold coolant outta there and get some ELC (along with a new Coolant Reservoir)







I also just got this done, since my "Powerstroke V8" sticker peeled off that little plastic piece...

. Where did u get that Harley emblem made
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Here are some of mine.... After new riff raff boot an metal cac pipe



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