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Complete Intercooler Kit - 1994-1997 7.3L Powerstroke
This Intercooler system includes mandrel-bent 3" high-flow boost tubes large, high-efficiency all-aluminum end tanks, a wide-open inlet and outlet and a thick core area with impressive volume.
This intercooler provides the maximum reduction in boost air temperature with a minimal loss of boost pressure. Your engine now gets a continual supply of cool, dense, oxygen-rich air, which improves combustion as well as engine efficiency. Higher continuous power and more power at any EGT, better fuel economy and lower EGTs. That's a truckload of benefits!
- High Flow Intercooler
- 3" Intercooler Pipes
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4.5/5 Stars based on 4 Reviews
Desmond Haywood | August 25th, 2021
It was tricky but not too horrible. It took half a day without directions(corrections) and the help of YouTube. It does not come with nuts and bolts. I aquired nuts and bolts at tractor supply 4 5/16 bolts flat and lock washers. You will need to cut off some of your radiator support on both sides to ensure a proper fit.
Kyle Edwards | March 12th, 2019
This is a good kit if you like doing things with no instructions and are OK making modifications. This kit requires you to move the AC condenser back in order to fit the intercooler behind your grill shell without modifying it. The brackets that come with the kit didnt seem to match up to the condenser on my truck but that didnt really matter because I had installed a 6.0 transmission cooler between the radiator and AC condener anyway so I was not able to fit everything behind the grill shell without trimming the plastic. Also the holes in the aluminium mount that Is meant to bolt onto the top of the intercooler did not line up with the weld bosses on top of the intercooler, again this wasnt a big deal for me as the bracket wouldn't work for me anyway I ended up using it but bolted a wider aluminium plate to it to space my intercooler out farther. Also the tubes dont come fitted with a weld bung for a boost gauge fitting so I had to have one welded in. There is also a bracket in the kit that looks like it should support the tube by mounting off the alternator bracket but there is a boot right at that spot so the bracket is useless. Overall for the price I cant complain too much but I can see why you pay more for a kit like Banks that accounts for a lot of these little things and has installation instructions.