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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 08-03-2007, 06:50 PM Thread Starter
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Mods for an early 99

My friend is selling his 99 f-250 powerstroke 6 speed. I am thinking of buying it, but i was wondering can I use 99.5 mods like intake, chip, fuel systems, and injectors or would these mods not work?

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the intake you can't use

but I think you can use the rest

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AFE stage 2 intake fits just fine. It will bolt right in, I have one. It was made to fit early99-03.

Upgraded turbo you have a couple of directions to go. Either get a Dominator 66 from Beans, H2E turbo from anywhere or switch out the early 99 with late 99 turbo setup(turbo, up pipes, intake plenums, Y pipe and pedestal. The D66 is a direct bolt on.

Everything else works fine.

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If the truck is in good shape go for it. The only real issue with upgrades is the intake plenum's, etc. That stuff is easy enough to replace if you get to a point where you need a bigger turbo. The 99's also had forged rods which is a plus.
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What are the major differences between the early 99 and the later 99 other than injectors and turbos?

I'm Zac

2003 F-250 6.0 Powerstroke, Torqueshift, 4x4
Crew Cab, Shortbed, Dark Red Exterior; Tan Interior; H-11 Headstuds; Tuned by Innovative Diesel; MBRP down pipe straight into a 6 inch Grand Rock miter stack; Airaid Intake; Isspro Trans temp, Fuel pressure, Boost, Pyro gauges; EGR Cooler Deleted; Pro Comp 3in leveling kit and F-350 blocks out back; Eagle Alloy 114 wraped in Nitto Terra Grapplers; Ranchhand brushguard; Custom Traction Bars; Recon Smoke Cab Light and Third Brake Light;Pioneer CD Player and XM radio; and a "THE DIESEL GARAGE" sticker in the back window.

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The injectors and turbo/plumbing are the biggest difference. There were a few small things like the airbox. Basically the turbo and injectors are the biggest items when dealing with upgrades. The early trucks also had 15*HPOP which don't provide as much oil as the later 17* ones. Put some single shot injectors in the truck when the time comes if you want to keep running the 15* pump.
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