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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 07-06-2007, 08:35 PM Thread Starter
 
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Slowly modifying 7.3

Iíve got a basically stock 03 Ford 7.3 diesel that Iíd like to modify just a bit at a time, as finances and time allow. So far all Iíve done on it is a 4Ē turbo back exhaust and ordered a chipset from DP. Next will be pillar gauges. I know next to nothing about the various models but would like to purchase a good quality set, pyro, trans temp, and boost. Please let me know what you would recommend.

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Guages are a must with a chipped truck. Pick the type you like. Same goes for mounting locations. You will also want to address the air in aspect of the engine. You have a larger output but you should also open up the intake side with a DIY or an aftermarket type intake. There is a DIY article down in the Tech Articles section. It is for '94-'97 but it should lead you in the right direction.

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