Re: Couple questions
a fuel pressure gauge is very very handy to have in the cab but go with an electrical gauge or you run the risk of getting fuel in the cab and all over the engine. i would set it for 65 psi
if it was me i would do the conversion to 99.5-03 but with a t4 mount so you have more options for turbos that way youll be set if you do ever want to go bigger. again if i was in your shoes this is what i would do.
2000 Ford F250 7.3 4x4. MODS: Beans Tunes, Jegs 4" exhaust, S&B intake, boost fooler, USA poted housing, RR billet wheel for ported housing, HFO, glowshifts 3-in-1 gauge pyro, boost, trans. AIH delete, bellowed uppipes, Sinister Diesel coolant filter.