shawn-micheal brunet: my 97 got 392,XXX KM still runes like new I average 22-26MPG hight way as long I stay around 90km with a 4.11 gearing love the truck but in town it drinks like hell I find but love it anyway engiens are tuff as hell also
GraveMindII7: My 97s got 267 thousand miles on it and it still runs like a top.
Alexander McCandless: music to my ears at 2:21
kb4450359: my cold air intake consisted of pulling the air box off, putting a 4 inch pipe i its place with a cone filter on the end. price: 35 bucks
Gracie Thill: Same truck as mine but mine dont have a cap and the mirrors r xtended great truck!!
DIESELPOWERSTROKE: JUST DID MINE AND LOVE IT,
crimson22s: beautiful truck man just need to get rid of the k&n filter lol dont want to dust the motor
dodge cummins: nice truck, thats the best sounding 97 powerstroke ive heard on here i have a 97 aswell but its a single cab and its all stock but hopefully i can get a straight pipe and the intake like yours soon thanks for uploading
Tanner King: These truck never had a dpf. I think your are confusing the catalytic converter with a dpf.
Joe aLLEGRO: i havent uploaded any of the videos yet but will soon along with the new dyno sheet. im running an intercooler off a 99 or newer 7.3 with the custom piping, ts with beans diesel tunes that are free reburns for life, stage 2 190hp injectors, their dominator 66 turbo, adrenalin hpop, and electronic fuel pump with duel filters and pressure regulator all from beans, the dyno sheet shows 422 rwhp and 806 rwtrq and getting 21mpgs on the highway
Joe aLLEGRO: if you havent already bought a tuner i wouldn't go with the dp for a couple reasons. unless you spend the big money on the f6 tuner you have to send it back for any other mods to the truck such as injectors and hpop or fuel and turbo. i have a 97 powerstroke that had a dp and it holds shifts too long and shifts a little off sometimes. the new chip i have is a ts 6 position with beans diesel tuning. on the dyno it made 40 more hp to the wheels then my dp on the same settings and picked up mpgs
eatont9999: Mufflers and DPFs are for pussies. I have a straight piped 7.3 IDI with a Banks Sidewinder goin on it in the spring. I will have the 3" DP to a straight 4" pipe exiting after the cab. It should be kick ass.
tpmease13: @ctkallday666 you should here one with a blow off valve on it... it really hisses...
Patrick Melanson: first i love the truck and i was wondering if i may make a few suggestions (1) if u havent already cut off/remove the silencer ring of the intake side of the turbo it will give u a much louder turbo whistel.(2) with that sick exhaust i think u should add a smoke switch they r very easy to do either i can tell u or look it up on here it will look soo nice.(3) and finnally go with the tuner/chip because u can remove the rev. limiter and still improve fuel mileage! good luck man.
norfolkdash9: Wow dude that sounds amazing!
treeguylee: @ctkallday666 yep for the most part, different weather and temps make it change a little, but sounds like music to me..
that1reallycoolkid: im sorry man it was just to easy.
that1reallycoolkid: fuel mileage lol
daltonjames22: do the tunes and then the intercooler and then turbo. youll be really happy with a tuner. i suggest 6 position TS chip from Swamps diesel. or a DP tuner
treeguylee: No Issues, just better sound, mileage and cooler EGT's
max power: any issues with the transcooler line and the downpipe?
The-Mike-N-Tyty: My bud got a 1997 Ford F-350 XLT Dually crewcab, and is gonna do some stuff to it
JRFFRB: my dad with his 2000 f-250 7.3 is getting about 25 on the open road.
treeguylee: I average about 18. I can get over 21 on the highway if I'm easy on it, under 2000 rpm's. The new fuel pump helped it was suckin a little air. The intercooler and new turbo are next...then maybe start playin with some tuners.
incompletehunter: whats your combined gas mileage?
hillbillypowerstroke: great video bud..got a 95 powerstroke lookin to put the mbrp downpipe on
PWRofDiesel: this truck sounds awesome man im looking for a 96-97 7.3 i have an idi but really want an OBS psd, the remote start is awesome too!
treeguylee: There are different wheels available, most dont do much for performance but can reduce compressor surge.
Rawr454: Wow, looks impeccably well taken-care-of. You keep that up, I wouldn't be surprised to see it hit 300,000, if not more.
linkthemain: shoulda got a 5 in tip...
treeguylee: I usually am pulling a 7,200 lb tree chipper, and it sounds mean going through the bridges. I usually get around 17 mpg even when towing. I get the best mileage if I can keep my foot out of it, and under 2000 rpms.
ashbranson: i certainly agree with you on how good it sounds under load, when i've got my gooseneck hooked up i plant it under every underpass i go through. perhaps i'll look into a K&N cold air first. i run 265/75/16 BFG mudgrips on mine, real good traction (should be for $1000!!). i havent noticed much difference as opposed to the highway tread i used to have. my highway mileage generally sticks at about 17-18 at 70mph and 2050 rpm, but the truck weighs 7900 lbs empty, so i'm not sure i can go much higher
joegfjh: i know
i put it in
originally from a 1988 F-350
added the turbos as a kit from Banks
Hotrodx199: There was no 6.9 IDI in 1993.. In fact it was one year before they stopped making the IDI period.
MWSmith93: I have a truck just like that, same color, but it is a reagular cab and has the 460 in it.
treeguylee: I dont remember how much it was. it was cheapest from XDP. I can get about 20 on the highway if i can keep my foot out of it. I get better and worse mileage because the straight exhaust sounds so cool under load. The K&N intake helped a little more than the exhaust, and cutting out the DPF helps. Tires make a difference, I run 265/75/16 BFG rugged trails. Not good in mud, I use mine as a tow rig. I am still using stock programming, as I dont want to mess with the program yet.
ashbranson: nice truck man, ive got a '99 Stroker myself, though mine is a crew cab. as of now i've got the stock 3.5" in pipe with the muffler cut out and a straight piece welded in, but i'm looking to buy a full 4" stainless system, how much did yours cost?? and what kind of mileage are you gettin?? cuz i cant get mine to average over 16 or so, and ive got 3:73 rears, so its not running real high revs or anything.
mixwell1983: I don't like the shell on it but man I love those model f150s, also the gen before and the 70s are bad ass !
countryboytony20: I would check out Edge, with stock injectors the most you can get out of them is about 75hp extra. I bought an edge chip for my truck and it's more "peppy" and it gave me better fuel economy.
treeguylee: Awesome thanks!
joegfjh: sounds kind of like my 1993 6.9L IDI with twin turbos and 8 inch stacks
91CTD: check out beans diesel performance.
they have a website and are the best for 7.3's
TS 6 position chip is what you want!
treeguylee: Well I dont have a dyno to tell the actual figures but it is probably about 15 hp as a seat of the pants guess and what both manufactures claim. I did notice better throttle response and now that it's straight piped just sounds mean. I have noticed actual fuel mileage increased 3 points on the highway to about 20 if I take it easy, and about 18 if in town. I like the K&N it delivers more and cooler air, but its your choice. Changing the program will be the real power boost.
CoachSpur: what kind of power pickup did you see with these mods? I'm looking at intakes for my 97 PSD right now and trying to decide what to go with. I've liked K&N in the past on gas motors but I'm wondering if it's worth all the cash on the diesel.
richthecardude94: fords are my favorite 2 lol
richthecardude94: nice truck
drewboydrummer11: i love fords there my favorite
Powerstroke Straight piped cold start and turbo whistle4.8
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