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blue international cps swap from dt466e

here is a sight selling this blue dt466e cam sensor it says it is better along with better performance here is the site http://www.puredieselpower.com/catal...sel-p-126.html



has anyone done this and if so did it help i would like everyones opinion on this thanks seth
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Oh what does that say in that description? I think I got my hands slapped for saying this a few weeks back in a different thread.

Works on all 99-03 7.3L Powerstroke Diesel
94-97 models may require shimming to install correctly.


I say try it appears to be in the same price range as the Ford ones.

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Oh what does that say in that description? I think I got my hands slapped for saying this a few weeks back in a different thread.

Works on all 99-03 7.3L Powerstroke Diesel
94-97 models may require shimming to install correctly.


I say try it appears to be in the same price range as the Ford ones.
which part did you get your hand slapped for did i do something inappropriate thanks seth
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No, you did not do anything wrong. . I just stated that if you use a IH brand cps in the ford 94-97 7.3 psd you may have to shim it for it to work properly and I was told no I was wrong shimming was not nesccesary. But it clearly states it in your post, so thank you for finding that info.

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no problem i am new to this forum so i thought i had done a no no thanks
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No, you did just fine, by the way welcome to the diesel garage!

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The blue sensor from the DT466 will work, it just has a tapered end so it picks up the signal from the cam a little later thereby retarding your timing alittle. Some dyno testing has been done and it was just a few horsepower lower than the 7.3 cps. The tapered end has a stronger magnet, and is said to be more vibration resistant. I am running one in my truck right now. I can honestly say that I did not notice the smoother operation or the better fuel economy that has been claimed with this cps, but if it last longer it's all good as I am on my fourth cps in just alittle over 100,000 miles. I believe they might be more durable and less prone to fail as they are made for otr trucks and you don't hear of them failing like you do our 7.3 cps'. Gene :mafia

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o1blk250 how will the retarded timing affect the 7.3
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Doesn't hurt anything, but dyno testing has shown about 3-5 hp less. I personally am willing to give up some power if it last longer. Some guys have claimed better fuel economy and smoother operation, but as I said I honestly didn't notice either. Gene :mafia

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Some trucks will run much quieter with the blue one.
Shimming is only required on some early 94-96.5 and that was due to length of the later model CPS.

Check them out! We have them here on this link with free shipping!

Also, the 7.3L black one will work on the dt466e


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