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  1. 79OldBone
    10-06-2011 04:58 PM - permalink
    79OldBone
    Alright so I still cant PM. My email is Devnoyes11@gmail.com and I would love the whole engine diagrams and the computer pinouts with names so I know where to put power to to make the motor run etc. Like the example I put in my post. Thanks!
    http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/11...l#post10891529
  2. jbarefoot
    10-06-2011 06:25 AM - permalink
    jbarefoot
    Did you do a build thread on your 7.3 swap? If so I'd love to see it, I'm hoping to do the same thing with my 79 dent. Did you swap engines or did you put the body on a diesel truck chasis? I'm not sure wich direction to go, body swap to a newer diesel chasis or engine swap, any advice would be much appreciated. Thank you Jim
  3. newstylecustoms
    06-14-2011 09:08 PM - permalink
    newstylecustoms
    I would really like to see some more pictures of your powerstroke swap. Specifically how much room you were able to get at the firewall, how did you deal with the brake booster and where did you mount the pcm and idm?
  4. jayingf
    03-09-2011 07:33 AM - permalink
    jayingf
    sweet build! i'm thinking of doing the same with my 73 F-100 4x4. donor motor coming from a 01 E-350 van I wrecked a while back. any help, ideas ,pics, threads, etc would be much appreciated.
  5. TheTowingCowboy
    10-09-2010 08:39 PM - permalink
    TheTowingCowboy
    Hey just to ask, cause well may need your help, could I get your phone number in case I need to get ahold of you for something about my Powerstroke swap into my high boy? I would much appreciate it.
  6. TheTowingCowboy
    06-21-2010 06:01 PM - permalink
    TheTowingCowboy
    Okay so its pretty much making sure you get it straight, and the tabs? Well sounds easy, and I really appreciate your help.
  7. TheTowingCowboy
    06-01-2010 04:47 PM - permalink
    TheTowingCowboy
    Thanks a million, your write up you left on my profile helped me out a ton, and I planned on using the weather connector like you said. I cant tell you how much I appreciate this. Also how hard was it to mount the throttle (Since the throttle is electric) I dont think it would be that hard, but all the info I can get would help.
  8. TheTowingCowboy
    05-21-2010 10:53 PM - permalink
    TheTowingCowboy
    Hey, Brown Falcon showed me your page and off thing is I am doing the same thing but I have a E4OD. I would like to know what you had to do so I know what to expect. I would really appreciate the help. Thanks in advance.
  9. strokin'_tatsch
    05-21-2010 04:22 AM - permalink
    strokin'_tatsch
    the DIY kits aren't too bad. they are comparable to rebuilding a carburator kinda. One thing is for sure, if your scared of lots of small parts then you probably don't want to do a DIY. Jim sends lots of step by step instructions with his kits w/ color pics on DVD. Mine came with the pre machine IP's. Allow yourself AT LEAST 8 hours of time just for the build process, that's not including the time it takes to take injectors out of the truck and reinstall. If you end up not wanting to build them yourself Jim also has some budget injectors that he builds for you along with some nicely priced premium injectors as well. you can get these stage 2's from him for like $885 if you get him to build them for you. so only $200 more for him to build them for you
  10. 84 f250 6.9
    01-27-2009 02:16 PM - permalink
    84 f250 6.9
    hey add me to your friends list cuz a 73 diesel highboy just sounds flat cool

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  • About 1973dieselhighboy
    Location
    elk plain, wa
    2 Letter State/Province (use "--" for outside USA/
    wa
    Country
    us
    Make
    Ford
    Model
    F-250
    Year
    1973
    Current Mileage
    200,000 - 249,999
    Miles per year
    15,000 - 19,999
    Engine type and displacement
    96 powerstroke
    Major modifications
    99 intercooler with banks intake peices
    Tranny type
    Manual
    Horsepower
    208
  • Signature
    1973 f-250 highboy, 96 powerstroke engine, 5spd, td 6 position chip, 99intercooler, airdog ondemand 2, 3 dp to 4inch stack bw s300sx3 turbo, home made t4 uppipe and flange, sd intake plenum, valair clutch, t500 hpop, sureflow 230cc/100% future 74 crew cab long bed on 88-97 frame. wheeling rig 1987 ford ranger, 88 ford idi, c6 trans, twin stick np205, 2.5ton rockwell front and rear, pinion brakes, hydralic steering, internal 10point cage, dove tail front and rear

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