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Will the 7.3L Powerstroke be considered the last great diesel that Ford built?
With the issues that have plagued the 6.0L and the 6.4L that might seem to be the case. If you are one of the lucky (or smart) guys that own a 99-03 we at Diesel Power Products want to be your one-stop-shop for all of your diesel performance needs. Whether you need a stock turbo, Garrett GTP38R ball bearing turbo, BD crank case vent filter kit, intercooler hoses and clamps, 6.0L intercooler, exhaust kit, gauges, air intake, Ford AIS, FASS fuel system, Valair clutch, exhaust brake, ARP head studs or in short, pretty much anything, we can take care of you.
Products in this section are designed to work on 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 and 2003 7.3L Ford PowerStrokes unless otherwise noted. As always, if you are uncertain as to what products are right for you and your SuperDuty, don't hesitate to give us a call and we would be happy to assist.
1999 PowerStroke Owners: To determine if your truck is an early or late 1999 model year, locate the tag on the drivers side door. Vehicles built before 12/7/98 are considered early 99 and vehicles built after 12/7/98 are considered late 99.
Q: How do I tell whether my 1999 Powerstroke is an early or a late 1999?
The cut off date between an "early 99" and a "late 99" or also called a "1999.5" is 12/7/1998. Thus, if its built before that date according to the decal on the drivers front door, then its an early, otherwise its a late model 1999.
Q: Do I need the Extreme Duty Red-Head Gear Box, or the regular unit?
A: The Extreme Duty is built for those running exceptionally large tires, such a a very wide 35" or a 37" or larger diameter. This model would also be a good idea for those vehicles whom regularly see off road use.
Q: I'm looking at an exhaust kit on your website, but it doesn't state which cab and bed configuration it fits, will this fit my application?
A: In most cases, unless it is specifically stated as fitting a certain configuration, all exhaust kits on our website will fit all cab and bed lengths. Further, most kits will not fit cab and chassis applications unless otherwise noted.
Q: I'm looking at this 5" (or other) exhaust kit, but my truck only has a 4" exhaust now. Does this 5" exhaust include an adapter / reducer?
A: Yes, the exhaust systems we sell will adapt down to fit the application at the designated starting point (turbo back, cat back, DPF back, etc.) for a hassle free installation.
Q: What are EGT's?
A: EGT stands for Exhaust Gas Temperature, which is the temperature of the exhaust leaving your engine. This measurement is typically measured before the turbo to ensure you are not overheating components. For most applications, we recommend not exceeding 1300 degrees.
If you've got a question about your Powerstroke, feel free to give us a call at 888-99-DIESEL and we would be happy to assist.