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spanky63
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I have a 1992 ford f350 with a 7.3 diesel. It is naturally aspirated and I am getting a 7.3 diesel from a junk yard and have been assured it will fit right in but the new motor is out of a 94 and has a turbo. I am confused will this motor work without a lot of major changes? Or should I change the intakes and just make this new one naturally aspirated?
 

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spanky63
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Selling Parts 7.3

I am selling parts of a 7.3 1992 Ford F350.. I have heads, block, intake. I will sell them as one unit or as a whole. The only thing this motor really needs is a crank kit. I got tired of waiting for a kit so I ordered a new motor for my truck. This motor is an indirect diesel and does not have a turbo.
 

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Wrong forum. You've got a 7.3L IDI, and the 7.3 IDI Turbo ('93-94 Models) will indeed bolt right in, differences are minor, like serpentine belt vs older V-belt, so use the fan for the turbo engine or it will get hot.
 
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