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Old 12-06-2013, 07:44 PM
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Ok, here is the deal..im looking for an ic. I am rebuilding my radiator support and am going to clearence it before I base nd clear it..

I have been checking car-part.com for intercooers...I searched an 01 sd and there was a selection for with or without catilitic converter. The prive is enough different to make me ask why? Is that the all alluminum vs plastic tank dealio?

Or, I found a yard here locally that shows to have a 6.0 ic in stock . For price it says call and with my past experience with them their prices are high !

Needles to say, im trying to figure out what to do...
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there is an early(all aluminum) and late(aluminum core /plastic tanks) SD 7.3 one.

And the 6.0 one is aluminum core with plastic tanks.


But buy your budget allows.

I prefer the all aluminum one for shear strength. Even though I will probability never build enough boost to brake a plastic tank one.

All 3 will work just fine for you as long as you keep it under 40psi, so take your pic
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That catalytic converter thing doesn't mean anything Aaron.
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50-75$ Difference in price.i never knew the cat to change much other thann exh but its very odd they list like that...
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