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Old 09-18-2007, 05:05 PM
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Suggestions on 99 F-250 2wd 7.3l

any suggestions on what to do first with my truck? its a 4spd w/overdrive. Chip first? lift? Stacks? i have afe intake and 4 inch turboback exhuaust on it allready . Any thoughts greatly appreciated!! Thanks.
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GAUGES not fun but your rig will thank you then a tuner
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Old 09-18-2007, 05:08 PM
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What gauges? how much they gonna cost, and how hard to install?
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Not Very Hard to install ,You need Pyro (EGT) Boost and Tranny Fairly Self explanitory, Don't always go for off brand stick with the name brands as you get what you pay for Autometer Isopro check with the venders.
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youll need pyromiter, trany temp and boost is optional but is nice to have. good se of gauges is gona run you probly around 400 bucks and their not hard to install it just takes some patience, after gauges i would get a cold air intake, exhaust, then a custom burn chip for your truck the dif is nite and day over you standard tuner.
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thanks! also ive been looking around and are there no lift kits for 7.3 2wd?
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Old 09-18-2007, 05:14 PM
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oh. and to the org.
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youll need pyromiter, trany temp and boost is optional but is nice to have. good se of gauges is gona run you probly around 400 bucks and their not hard to install it just takes some patience, after gauges i would get a cold air intake, exhaust, then a custom burn chip for your truck the dif is nite and day over you standard tuner.
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He Has Intake and exhaust.

Yes they do make 2wd liftsI have saw them check with donahoe racing or the vendorsh ere can hookyou up!
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do you have an early 99 or 99.5
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Looks like they all have you fixed up! Guages definately first

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