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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 03-29-2009, 02:56 PM Thread Starter
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Turbo replace, Stock or Aftermarket????

'01, 7.3, 132,000 miles, Superschip programer (can add 60, 80 or 110 Hp), all stock, enclosed trailer max weight 7000 lbs.

No problems with turbo now. Just want to do my homework before there is a problem. Replace with a Ford turbo or an aftermarket one. Does a turbo help with better MPG? Haveing the truck reliable is more important than anything.


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I second that! That charger will support you now and later when you want to get some more injector.

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Where to buy?

Thanks for the short and direct answers.

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Re: Turbo replace, Stock or Aftermarket????

di sells them ...

and not trying to be a funny man
but ask matt66 about tunes .
there is a night and day difference between a chip and a programer.

biggest thing to check on your truck is
ball joints, front bearings if it is 4wd,
o-rings on the fuel filter ,
water pump (have a look at a coolant filter from dieselsite.com)
ditching the oem airbox with one that won't dust an engine
and if it has a mechanical diode tranny.

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