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'99 & up 7.3L Power Stroke Engine and Drivetrain Discussion of the '99 & up 7.3L Power Stroke diesel engine and drivetrain in the 1999-Up Super Duty trucks and Excursions. No gas engine discussion allowed except on transmissions and drivetrain that pertain to all models. Please confine discussion of topics in this forum to those items that are specific to the 7.3L Power Stroke engine.

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6.0 cooler should be fine by itself but yes on the temp gage.

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I have never heard of anyone needing a second Cooler in addition to the 6.0 Cooler.

Maybe someone can correct me if I am wrong.


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I really need advice on transmission parts

2002 F250 Lariet 4x4 SB Dorsey St. 2 4R100 Manual T-Case with PHP Hydra running Dorsey, Jelibuilt, and 1023 custom tunes. Drivetrain mods: one piece driveshaft, 6.0 Tranny Cooler, Inline Tranny Filter. Turbo Mods: 360 bearing, 66/88 billet compressor wheel, ported housing w/ 4in. intake, TurboMaster wastegate controller, Banks elbow outlet to 4" Down Pipe to 5" straight pipe, non-EBPV pedestal, Riff Raff Boost fooler, and 470ohm resistor in place of the EBPV and wastegate solenoid. Intake Mods: DIY 4" aluminum pipe to 6637 filter, CCV routed to the rear near exhaust tip, AIH delete with 470ohm resistor on the solenoid, polished intake manifold/spider and plugged wastegate solenoid port. Fuel/Oil Mods: Riff Raff banjo fuel bolts, Riff-Raff fuel FPR black spring set to 70 psi, HPX, CNC HPOP oil lines with check valve delete Other Mods: Coolant Filter, all aluminum radiator, boost, tranny fluid temp, EGT, and fuel pressure gauges, Pioneer AVH-NEX4200 Stereo, 2008 Hitch w/ Backup Camera, 2008 Tow Mirrors, Recon headlights
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Can anybody comment on the part list for the tranny rebuild?

Ok this is the list I have so far. I still have some questions about what parts I can replace or upgraded. Any input is welcomed.

Transmission parts for rebuild/upgrade:
-Precision Stallion Triple Disc TC $1,140 (diesel innovations)
Or
-Diamond T Torque Converter 7.3L Power Stroke 650hp Triple Disk, Low Stall $580

Is the Precision TC worth the extra $600??

-TransGo Trugger kit 4R100-HD2 $75
-Sonnax Performance Pack HP-4R100-01 $150
-E4OD Forward Drum (Thread Plug)
-Suncoast Converters 4 Disc Coast Clutch Drum for 1999-2003 Ford 4R100 $350
-Suncoast Converters Dual Load Center Support for E4OD/4R100 $260

-SUNCOAST CONVERTERS XTREME REBUILD KIT FOR 1999-2003 FORD 4R100 $600
or
-RACER X USA Ultimate Clutch Kit for Ford 4R100 transmissions $520
Is there a better complete rebuild kit??

-Transfer case gasket $5
-Red Eagle High Performance Band $18

2002 F250 Lariet 4x4 SB Dorsey St. 2 4R100 Manual T-Case with PHP Hydra running Dorsey, Jelibuilt, and 1023 custom tunes. Drivetrain mods: one piece driveshaft, 6.0 Tranny Cooler, Inline Tranny Filter. Turbo Mods: 360 bearing, 66/88 billet compressor wheel, ported housing w/ 4in. intake, TurboMaster wastegate controller, Banks elbow outlet to 4" Down Pipe to 5" straight pipe, non-EBPV pedestal, Riff Raff Boost fooler, and 470ohm resistor in place of the EBPV and wastegate solenoid. Intake Mods: DIY 4" aluminum pipe to 6637 filter, CCV routed to the rear near exhaust tip, AIH delete with 470ohm resistor on the solenoid, polished intake manifold/spider and plugged wastegate solenoid port. Fuel/Oil Mods: Riff Raff banjo fuel bolts, Riff-Raff fuel FPR black spring set to 70 psi, HPX, CNC HPOP oil lines with check valve delete Other Mods: Coolant Filter, all aluminum radiator, boost, tranny fluid temp, EGT, and fuel pressure gauges, Pioneer AVH-NEX4200 Stereo, 2008 Hitch w/ Backup Camera, 2008 Tow Mirrors, Recon headlights
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I guess there are no builders here to help with your list. Most just farm it out and pay the price.
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I know quite a few people who bypasses the radiator section of the cooling system.

They have zero issues with temp increases. They run a 6.0 cooler.

You can get the PI converter for 700 from cncfab

I would do the sonnax zip kit. It comes with OD snap ring upgrade, one piece rear bushing, valve body mods, pump mods, center support mod(will require a lathe but is super important)

You won’t need a billet Input unless your 450+

If your staying sub 375hp go with raybestos GPZ clutches. After that you need increased clutch counts with GPZ or BW full thickness frictions.

Don’t go with red alto kits. They have thinner clutches to achieve a higher count.

Get a 45 element intermediate sprag and hardened sunshell from Oregon perf trans.
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I know quite a few people who bypasses the radiator section of the cooling system.

They have zero issues with temp increases. They run a 6.0 cooler.
Try doing a lot of low speed heavy towing, especially backing up. Then see how hot the trans is.

If you only tow in forward, never get stuck in traffic, and tend to stay above ~40 MPH you'll be fine without the radiator cooler.

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Dropped the tranny today. Happy 4th!
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2002 F250 Lariet 4x4 SB Dorsey St. 2 4R100 Manual T-Case with PHP Hydra running Dorsey, Jelibuilt, and 1023 custom tunes. Drivetrain mods: one piece driveshaft, 6.0 Tranny Cooler, Inline Tranny Filter. Turbo Mods: 360 bearing, 66/88 billet compressor wheel, ported housing w/ 4in. intake, TurboMaster wastegate controller, Banks elbow outlet to 4" Down Pipe to 5" straight pipe, non-EBPV pedestal, Riff Raff Boost fooler, and 470ohm resistor in place of the EBPV and wastegate solenoid. Intake Mods: DIY 4" aluminum pipe to 6637 filter, CCV routed to the rear near exhaust tip, AIH delete with 470ohm resistor on the solenoid, polished intake manifold/spider and plugged wastegate solenoid port. Fuel/Oil Mods: Riff Raff banjo fuel bolts, Riff-Raff fuel FPR black spring set to 70 psi, HPX, CNC HPOP oil lines with check valve delete Other Mods: Coolant Filter, all aluminum radiator, boost, tranny fluid temp, EGT, and fuel pressure gauges, Pioneer AVH-NEX4200 Stereo, 2008 Hitch w/ Backup Camera, 2008 Tow Mirrors, Recon headlights
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Please put a jack stand under the front and rear axles. I've seen those cinder blocks crumble seemingly out of nowhere. That would not be fun if you were under there.


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I took the blocks out as soon as I was done and I was never under the truck with them under there! Just needed the room to slide it out.

2002 F250 Lariet 4x4 SB Dorsey St. 2 4R100 Manual T-Case with PHP Hydra running Dorsey, Jelibuilt, and 1023 custom tunes. Drivetrain mods: one piece driveshaft, 6.0 Tranny Cooler, Inline Tranny Filter. Turbo Mods: 360 bearing, 66/88 billet compressor wheel, ported housing w/ 4in. intake, TurboMaster wastegate controller, Banks elbow outlet to 4" Down Pipe to 5" straight pipe, non-EBPV pedestal, Riff Raff Boost fooler, and 470ohm resistor in place of the EBPV and wastegate solenoid. Intake Mods: DIY 4" aluminum pipe to 6637 filter, CCV routed to the rear near exhaust tip, AIH delete with 470ohm resistor on the solenoid, polished intake manifold/spider and plugged wastegate solenoid port. Fuel/Oil Mods: Riff Raff banjo fuel bolts, Riff-Raff fuel FPR black spring set to 70 psi, HPX, CNC HPOP oil lines with check valve delete Other Mods: Coolant Filter, all aluminum radiator, boost, tranny fluid temp, EGT, and fuel pressure gauges, Pioneer AVH-NEX4200 Stereo, 2008 Hitch w/ Backup Camera, 2008 Tow Mirrors, Recon headlights
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Right now I am leaning toward Dorsey 4r100 Stage 2 transmission. Has anybody had experience with dieselsite transmissions?

2002 F250 Lariet 4x4 SB Dorsey St. 2 4R100 Manual T-Case with PHP Hydra running Dorsey, Jelibuilt, and 1023 custom tunes. Drivetrain mods: one piece driveshaft, 6.0 Tranny Cooler, Inline Tranny Filter. Turbo Mods: 360 bearing, 66/88 billet compressor wheel, ported housing w/ 4in. intake, TurboMaster wastegate controller, Banks elbow outlet to 4" Down Pipe to 5" straight pipe, non-EBPV pedestal, Riff Raff Boost fooler, and 470ohm resistor in place of the EBPV and wastegate solenoid. Intake Mods: DIY 4" aluminum pipe to 6637 filter, CCV routed to the rear near exhaust tip, AIH delete with 470ohm resistor on the solenoid, polished intake manifold/spider and plugged wastegate solenoid port. Fuel/Oil Mods: Riff Raff banjo fuel bolts, Riff-Raff fuel FPR black spring set to 70 psi, HPX, CNC HPOP oil lines with check valve delete Other Mods: Coolant Filter, all aluminum radiator, boost, tranny fluid temp, EGT, and fuel pressure gauges, Pioneer AVH-NEX4200 Stereo, 2008 Hitch w/ Backup Camera, 2008 Tow Mirrors, Recon headlights
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I've never owned one from Dieselsite, but I have talked with the owner, Bob Riley, at length. He knows these transmissions. He occasionally calls me for consultations, as recently as an hour ago. I'd run one if I needed a trans.

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Greetings Hunter;
I can't say anything about DieselSite, but..
I will recommend the Ford Reman. 4R100 rebuild
You get a 3 yr., 100,000 mile warranty anywhere in the US...
The only caveat is, you've got to install an updated oil cooler in addition to the rebuilt 4R100
I've got 6 yrs, and 60,000 on mine so far and everything seems fine..
Cost me a total of a little over $3000 back then...
Hope it all works out for you

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I would replace the cooler not try to flush it. They are cheap.
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I don't know for certain. The specs are so far apart for MERCON and MERCON LV that I don't see how one fluid could meet both specs.

I do know that MERCON LV will destroy a 4R100. You should have used a MERCON V fluid. Will the fluid you used destroy it? I don't know. You could either run an experiment and see if it dies or not, or flush it out with MERCON V.

Wow I'm glad I read this. I picked up some fluid to service my trans it it wasn't the "V" version of Mercon. Thanks

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