What is the max power i can get out of a 1993 ford 7.3 idi diesel truck?please help - Page 3 - Ford Powerstroke Diesel Forum
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post #21 of 27 Old 12-05-2009, 11:21 AM
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Moose injectors are only available through one guy, pm me if you want details. Lets just say they are almost double what DPS injectors are though, definatly spendy....

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not much.. but you will experience a huge difference in power when you add the turbo kit. my dad had a 90 7.3 idi and put the sidewinder kit on it and it was a night and day difference. so spending the money on it wont be a waste!!

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not much.. but you will experience a huge difference in power when you add the turbo kit. my dad had a 90 7.3 idi and put the sidewinder kit on it and it was a night and day difference. so spending the money on it wont be a waste!!
yea im thinking putting a banks in mine. does he have any more modifications on his truck?

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nope that sidewinder kit and air intake was all he did and it made a big difference.

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Not hatin' but would it be about the same cost to swap in a DIT 7.3 as to add all the aftermarket parts to the IDI?

I've been where you are before, and worked with what I had, and looking back on it (6.5 GMC) I could have swapped a lot of stuff in place of the 6.5 for the amount of money I ended up having tied up in it. And still wasn't up to snuff.

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i can say the banks kit will certainly wake up an old IDI, but if it were me, i'd try to find a used ATS kit off of a factory turbocharged IDI......


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