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Hi All, Just got a 99 powerstroke a few weeks ago. Manufactured in 06/99. I am wondering what the top few mods to invest in for this truck are. I am not looking to spend thousands, but would like a little more power and better ... JOIN NOW TO REMOVE TRACER

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Old 05-02-2010, 10:52 AM
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Default Low cost mods for 99 7.3L?

Hi All,
Just got a 99 powerstroke a few weeks ago. Manufactured in 06/99. I am wondering what the top few mods to invest in for this truck are. I am not looking to spend thousands, but would like a little more power and better fuel economy when I am on the highway.
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Old 05-02-2010, 07:16 PM
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intake for about $250, exhaust for about $300, Custom chip for about $400, then a couple of gauges to watch and you should be set. wont even recognize the truck and they are all do it your selfers.

Lawson's Sig:2000 7.3 350 powerstroke 4x4. custom chip thanks to PHP preformance, S&B cold air intake, 5 in exhaust. tranny, boost and pyro isspro gauges, Air Dog II 165 I, fuel bowl delete. also want a built tranny but not the one that goes in a car (if you know what i mean)

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Old 05-02-2010, 09:24 PM
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I only deal with 3 suppliers: Twisted Diesel, Bean's Diesel, and Swamp's Diesel, but here's a few to check out that had low prices. I run the TS 6-Position and love it.

Intake: Advance Diesel 99-03 Ford Powerstroke 7.3L K&N Intake Kit - Advance Diesel Performance

Tuner/Chip: TS Performance 6 Position Chip
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Old 05-03-2010, 09:06 AM
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yea somethin like that is what u need.
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Old 05-03-2010, 06:27 PM
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you can make your own intake for about 100 bucks give or take, thats what i did, just cut up my intake box, and stuffed an air raid filter on it, works great

Lange503's Sig:2003 7.3 Powerstroke F-250, lariat, crew cab, wheels, tires, halos, led tail lights, led third brake light, custom tunes from DP Tuner, intake, exhuast, trans, apline door speakers, two 12" rockford fosgate subs behind the seat push rods, valve springs, HPOP, 250/200 hybrids, water meth kit, Spearco intercooler and a 66mm borg warner set up sitting at 533 HP
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Old 05-03-2010, 10:57 PM
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well if your looking for the cheapest way to do it, i helped my buddy make an exhaust out of 6 in irrigation pipe, but wouldnt recommend it for the non redneck type haha
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check out some of our sponsers... Power Hungry Performance, Diesel Dawgs, KT Performance have all done a great job for me in the past...

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Old 05-08-2010, 12:35 PM
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I would recommend the 6637 intake

Kyle_KleinSS's Sig:Early 99 F350 7.3 PSD Diy Intake,4 in TB straight pipe, 17* HPOP CCV Mod, Foil Delete, HPX, BTS VB, Coolant Filter, Autometer Boost, Pyro, Trans, Oil & Water Temp, PHP F.U. TC Lockup, EBPV Brake, Leveled, Tru Cool 4739 sittin on 315/75/R16 Toyo Open County M/T

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