Category: Diesel Engine, Intake, & Exhaust

Replacing Injectors On 1999-2003 7.3L Power Stroke Diesels

Loosen plug on back of head to drain fuel. Remove intercooler tube and valve cover. Unplug injector and remove oil deflector on top side 8mm bolt. Remove 8mm bolt on lower side. pry up on injector to remove. Oil will drain into cylinder. I use a vacuum evac system to suction the oil out. You […] More »

  Comments | By - January 10, 2008

1999 – 2003 7.3L Power Stroke Diesel Used Truck Buyers Guide

By Tenn01PSD350 Visual: Body and rust are obvious items, nonspecific. Engine: 1) Check for any obvious fluid leaks, especially the engine valley, tranny weep hole area, and around the turbo and pedestal. 2) Check coolant with strips and find out the record of any changes or water pump replacement based on mileage. 3) If possible, […] More »

  Comments | By - December 27, 2006

Sniper 7.3L Powerstroke Diesel Tuner

When I was first asked to test and review the Sniper tuner, I wasn’t sure what to expect, as I was quite satisfied with my SCT X-Calibrator 2 tuner. Once I got it in the mail it wasn’t anything like what I expected it to be. It’s a handheld tuner, but it has no GUI […] More »

  Comments | By - September 8, 2006

Ford AIS Severe Duty Intake Installation for 1999-2003 7.3L Powerstrokes

The Ford Air Induction System (AIS) fits your 1999-2003, 7.3L Powerstroke with technology that is battle tested in “operation Iraqi Freedom”.   This air filtration system holds more dust and soot extending filter life along with filtering more contaminates, all with less restriction than any other conventional pleated filters.  This is one of the best add on air intake systems […] More »

  Comments | By - July 14, 2006

6.9L And 7.3L Naturally Aspirated Diesel Y-Pipe Exhaust Modification

By Roger Felling This is the procedure that I used to rework the Y-pipe on my 1986 F250 4×4 with a 6.9L diesel, non-turbo. The factory apparently did not consider flow when they designed these pipes, because the flow angles are terrible. Mine actually extended into the other pipe at least 1/4″ so that definitely […] More »

  Comments | By - May 26, 2006

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