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Parts will be here tomorrow.

Plan to take more pictures this weekend and hopefully have her back running!
 
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If you dont have gauges, now be a good time to tap/plug the manifold for future egt gauge?
 
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I was actually thinking how much easier it looks like it would be to apply wrap to the exhuast manifolds with all that access
 
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Nice work my friend! Enjoying the photos.
 
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First thanks for the look at a Felpro gasket, never seen one.

Second the coloration on the exhaust manifold looks suspect. Looks like #6 was running cold. Is that really something or just the way things went? Was it running OK before... all this?

Also word is re-torqueing the injector hold down bolts while warm is good practice.
 
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If you dont have gauges, now be a good time to tap/plug the manifold for future egt gauge?
GOOD IDEA!, defintely wont hurt and will be much easier!!!

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I was actually thinking how much easier it looks like it would be to apply wrap to the exhuast manifolds with all that access
very true. This truck is going to stay stock, I hope. Wife is driving my 17' currently and is hooked on the 6.7 power, so we will see, lol

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Nice work my friend! Enjoying the photos.
Thank you, hope to get her wrapped up this weekend, thought evryone might get a kick out of cab coming off.

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First thanks for the look at a Felpro gasket, never seen one .

Second the coloration on the exhaust manifold looks suspect. Looks like #6 was running cold. Is that really something or just the way things went? Was it running OK before... all this?

Also word is re-torqueing the injector hold down bolts while warm is good practice.
Thanks for the tips
Thats part of the reason i posted the pic, i noticed not much had been said about the felpro's. I thought the quality of the gaskets was very good. no issues

I will get a picture from the side of the manifold, from what i saw the paint was burnt up evenly on the sides of the heads, and the truck ran/runs great. Smooth, no smoking misses etc

I went ahead and checked rocker arm hold down torque, as well as injector hold down torque while under there, i know its not warm, i plan to do again once im able to warm it up. I took them to 120 inch pounds and they didn't move
 
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Does that rear injector look like its been replaced to you guys?
IT has a different code on it, AE vs the others with AD. as well as the connector has a different color to it.
 
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Does that rear injector look like its been replaced to you guys?
IT has a different code on it, AE vs the others with AD. as well as the connector has a different color to it.
The AE in the 8 hole was a OEM thing. I can't recall the year it started though. Notice it has LL on the solenoid.....Long Lead
 
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I have no input on whether or not it's been replaced but the AE injector in that hole is standard since '00 at least and maybe '99.5, it is different to reduce cackle do to a fuel starved injector. They call it 'long lead' and I believe it stays open a little longer to allow more fuel in.
 
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the AE injector in that hole is standard since '00 at least and maybe '99.5
For what it's worth, my 99.5 has all AD
 
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Learn something new everyday, thank you guys for the info.
 
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I see you bought new high pressure oil line fittings, did you buy the ones with no check valve or with check valve ?
Im getting ready to change mine on my truck and wonder the difference/advantage of the two valves.

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I bought these ford the heads
https://www.riffraffdiesel.com/hpop-...er-head-99-03/

the ones on the hpop i just installed the orings that came in the hpop oring kits

honestly i did not know there was a difference in check valve vs not. Forgive me ive been out of the 7.3 game for 14 years. Are the valves in the fittings on the pump?
 

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