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post #1 of 42 (permalink) Old 02-11-2010, 09:21 PM Thread Starter
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Just bouht a 1999 f250 with 5" exhaust, gauges, and TS six position chip. whats next? cheap or free do it your self mods
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tymar intake

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finally seen the bright side.lol.intake,ccv mod,aih delete,boost fooler,zoodad mod,high pressure crossover hose.post a pic of your truck in your avatar

2000 F-350 SD ccsb=185hp
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6637=20hp
2% window tint=25hp
4in straight pipe=50hp
Custom Fuel system w/ sump=50hp
Foil,AIH,EBPV delete=30hp
Wow...I'm making 500hp
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I have no idea what any of those are?
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The ccv mod is basically you look under the drivers side valve cover and there is a small dog house piece of plastic which shoots crankcase gases into your intake tract get rid of it and you will not have the nasty looking intake boots anymore put it on the ground or a catch can whichever... search guzzles mod page on here it has alot of good info. The aih delete is basically looking at the turbo you will see a green and red line look to the left and there will be a nut going into the intake spider take it out cut the chit out of it and tape up the power wire. Gut the turbo of the ebpv. Wicked wheel if it doesn already have one. Some ppl polish the intake spider. ATS ported compressor housing.

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Re: cummins man switching sides

A 99 turbo will already have a wicked wheel.

If you don't have a 4" dp already then that will be a lot of help too.
Zoodad IMHO is useless if you have a Tymar or 6637.
CCV mod is worth it.

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get the TS reburned with tunes from gearhead

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Get some custom tunes, an intake. Then cut a hole in the header panel directed at the intake (zoodad mod). Unplug the wastegate.

Don't bother spending money on something like a ww, or ats housing for the turbo, if your going to go bigger later. I'm sure you already have something in mind for a target though.
Are you looking for something slightly modified that's reliable and a bit quicker, or are you going to build it up in time?

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I am working on my 99 7.3 and so far I have done the tymar intake new ts chip gtp38r turbo is her and 1.15 houseing with non ebv pedestal new stage II injectors and 4 inch turbo out exhaust still looking to do more glad you posted this some good cheap things I can do. Check your intercooler boots make sure they are not leaking you can get them from your local international dealer for about a third of ford price and this will cause you to loose power if they leak.
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Is it an early or late 99? It makes a difference. Some previously mentioned mods (IAH) do not apply to the early 99. It also has a smaller turbo and some more differences. Check your build date, if its prior to 12-98 it's early.

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