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Re: 7.3 IDI custom turbo camshaft
I deffinatly agree with u on that icanfixall. I know more about gas motors then diesel, but a motor is a motor. No matter how the fuel gets ignited. Porting and polishing is a good way to get some extra power. And as far as a cam goes, What would benefit a diesel most is one that holds the valves open for a longer period of time to take advantage of more air even a little more valve lift would be good too. A cam doesent meter air/fuel. Just how much of a shot of that air/fuel mix the cylinder gets. I have seen cams for cummins. And i may be able to dig up cams for a 7.3 as well. unfortunatly from what ive seen these things are around 1000 bucks!! I'll do some research on the cams in all my "diesel parts" website's ive got saved. I know Ive seen them somewhere! [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/confused.gif[/img]
* 1992 F-250 supercab XLT 4x4 7.3 auto 3.55 open rear 170K miles, Westin Nerf bars, Silvania Silverstar headlight bulbs (VERY NICE!) Mile Marker SS hubs, piped, cranked and cut! Dimondplate toolbox, Pioneer cd player. And 16-18MPG backroad/town/highway driving!
* 1988 (originaly) F-250 regular cab 7.3 C-6 auto 4x4 4.11 posi rear.
Custom mods: Dana 60 front, ZF-5speed, Banks Turbo kit with Boost, Pyro, and Oil Temp, F-350 Badging, 93 front clip, F-150 Lightning seats (oh those are nice seats!) CD Player, 2 10" subs, custom 4 inch exhaust, soon to be 5" stacks! Turned up IP
Ford makes it, International shakes it!
Diesel exhaust make me (censored) baby!