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Old 01-19-2010, 07:03 AM   #1 (permalink)
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1989 7.3 Ford newer motor?

How new of a 7.3 will fit my 89 F-350? I'm not thinking powerstroke, I was just hoping for at least serpentine belts? Thanks everyone.
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The diesel stop

Go to "The Diesel Stop.com" They have a section fot IDI diesels, the 6.9 and 7.3. Good site! Twogun One more note: Some ot the 92 and early 93's were factory tuboed, might want to look for one of those. The tuboes were provided by a company called advanced tubo systems in CO.
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i believe only the early 94 and late 93 models came turbo. but im not too sure. anyway thats your best bet its a simply engine all mechanical and a pretty reliable engine too. just dont expect it to be a drag racer.
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If your motor is solid, the conversion isn't that expensive. Have you chunked that fuel water separator for the upgraded wix yet? Wix 33417 no bowl needed.
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Ill sell you my whole 90 F350 w/7.3IDI for $1500

Why not just turbo the engine you have if its not already blown up?
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The problem isnt power (well a turbo wouldn't hurt) I'm down a cyl and it smokes like crazy. Its all I can do to not put a cummins in it (Have two converted/converting now). Was just hoping for a later 7.3 with serpentine belt to drive my hydraulic pump.... But now I'm looking for a turbo motor, thanks everyone haha.
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while your at it, why not just find a late 7.3 flowerpoke to drop in there?


Surely it will be pretty much a bolt-in job compared to something like a cummins conversion and at least it will have enough power to get out of its own way... maybe...
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