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'99 & up Upgrades and Aftermarket - 7.3L Engine Upgrading or adding OEM or aftermarket equipment to your 1999-Up Super Duty or Excursion with 7.3L Power Stroke diesel engine. 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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With that pedastal I purchased I don’t think I’d able to get a bigger housing since my truck is a early 99.... that wicked wheel 2 also cost me a pretty penny.... I should’ve just upgraded to a 2000 model turbo. The pedestal would’ve been better if I had decided to get a larger housing. Oh well.

Hey and btw guys when I do the injectors will a 30 dollar oil suction pump off eBay work good to drain the oil from the cylinders? I’d rather do that then take the glow plugs out and turn the motor over. Or have that huge blast of smoke on start up that I’ve been hearing about. The pump is cheap and I think it would come in handy. Even for gear boxes. Opinions?
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An oil suction pump is a great investment. I always use mine when I do injectors, but I would never trust it to have enough oil out to crank the engine over with the starter. The glow plugs come out easy and it's a great time to change them anyway. I use mine to change the oil in the lawnmower and my TDI, but it will struggle with gear oil. Here's the one I have -


It uses compressed air to create the vacuum - handy not to have to keep pumping it up...

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I wish i would’ve gotten a turbo from a 2000 model my truck is a early 99, that pedestal and wicked wheel 2 cost a pretty penny... is what it is tho.

Why I have everyone’s attention. When I go to do the injectors how about using a oil suction pump to clear the cylinders instead of turning the motor over or taking out the glow plugs and making a mess. I figure that 30 dollar pump would come in handy anyways just for gear boxes and things.
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Ya a little vacuum would work fine.

The 2000 oem turbo is nearly identical.

Only different is the slight different in compressor cover and 5x5 vs 9 blade compr sale wheel.

You can swap on a 1.0 turbine housing to your e99. Deleting the ebpv and the housin will drop egts another 150 degrees (about 50 degrees for the ebpv delete.

If you want a drop in get dieselsite’s e99 66mm ball bearing unit

You will have to run a severely detuned file to be able to tow heavy with bigger injectors unless you do turbo upgrades.

I have 160/30’s and tow with a 1.15 turbine housing and still regularly 1300 degrees on hills with a medium tow tune at weights far below 18k

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It won’t let me see everything you posted but I saw part of the message. That’s a go on the vacuum pump and the turbo are the same but the pedestals aren’t. So to my understanding I would have to get the pedestal from a late 99 if I were to run a bigger turbo housing. That’s was my only complaint. I knew the turbos were almost identical when I decided to get the kit. Just didn’t know about the pedestal height till later on.... I’m going to run 1.5 full force, get the correct tunes and do my turbo rebuild with the 360 thrust. I’ll get the pyro gauge (even tho they are a little expensive) afterwards. I’m just gonna hope for the best I don’t want to dump a lot into the truck it’s just for grunt work I don’t want to put my 3/4 ton gasser through. The dually looks cool but it’s m uncomfortable and very noisy for daily driving.
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Your going to need a egt gauge beforehand. You’re going to cause some serious damage

An egt gauge can be had for 160-180 bucks. Injectors are 1300 plus another 4-600 for a chip with custom tunes

Not sure what clutch you have. That potentionally might need to be upgraded as well

A larger turbine housing doesn’t require a different pedestal or a later model pedestal.

The pedestal has no bearing.

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Truck has a southbend clutch already. I’ll look into the pyro gage. Any good brands that y’all would recommend for the the price? I don’t want anything fancy just accurate with a green backlight like the dash cluster.
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Autometer is my choice for gages...they even have an oem look version.

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Autometer factory match

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