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350-375 horsepower in naturally aspirated 1993 f250 7.3L

 
honda250xtrx honda250xtrx
New User | Posts: 16 | Joined: 11/08
Posted: 11/23/08
06:15 PM

well im relatively new to diesels and im looking for the best mods to achieve at least 350 horsepower im using the truck for some towing but mostly play. I only paid a grand for the truck so i would like to keep the budget down as well. Any advice on doing this is greatly appreciated once again its for a 93 f-250 idi 7.3L mostly stock jus has the pump turned up a little according to who i bought it from.  

needpower needpower
Addict | Posts: 2069 | Joined: 11/07
Posted: 11/23/08
09:11 PM

buy a turbo for it youll get a little closer to 350  
1997 f-250 7.3 powerstroke. just another old truck making big power hahaha
my lug nuts need more torque then what your honda makes

honda250xtrx honda250xtrx
New User | Posts: 16 | Joined: 11/08
Posted: 11/27/08
05:43 PM

what what kind of horsepower could the 7.3 make with just bolt on parts? does any one know? like with bigger injectors turbo bigger exhaust. also does anyone kno what the best deal is on a turbo?  

needpower needpower
Addict | Posts: 2069 | Joined: 11/07
Posted: 11/27/08
06:31 PM

i asked a buddy of mine with an old 7.3 idi who knows a hell of alot more about them then i do and he said you can make it till you blow it up and send the rods out the fenders. it wouldnt be a daily driver then and you would need either to start it up. if your just looking for some more power add a turbo that way you will be able to run with the first gen powerstrokes.  
1997 f-250 7.3 powerstroke. just another old truck making big power hahaha
my lug nuts need more torque then what your honda makes

needpower needpower
Addict | Posts: 2069 | Joined: 11/07
Posted: 11/27/08
06:34 PM

theres a guy on oilburners.net that has a 7.3 idid with a banks turbo and a obs turbo as a twin set up making 20lbs of boost and blew his head gasket again.  
1997 f-250 7.3 powerstroke. just another old truck making big power hahaha
my lug nuts need more torque then what your honda makes

Jonathan5 Jonathan5
New User | Posts: 4 | Joined: 08/08
Posted: 11/29/08
03:26 AM

to make 350+ with an idi you need at least 10k my 93 idi makes 350+ with all hypermax internals $3500, banks sidewinder tubo $2500, PPE boost valve $25 for a duramax but can be used on any wastegated turbo, i can achive 20lb of boost, dp stage 2 injectors $1000 ,hypermax custom ip pump $1000,port polished heads $150, custom made arp headstuds $800, 6.0L k&n fipk intake $300 custom fitted and 6inch stacks $600 ,and a $1500 for all the other odds and ends think i mentiond everything and it is not really a daily driver. if ur truck is an automatic you better kiss it goodbuy and spend 4000 on a new built tranny and transfer case and if your truck is a zf 5 speed you need south bend clutch $1000 and a NP271 transfer case $800


in my opinon if i was u i would buy banks high ram intake, headers , dynomax exahust and tune the ip pump all for under $2000 and you will be around the same power as an early frist gen power stroke  

jdaywf jdaywf
New User | Posts: 23 | Joined: 02/08
Posted: 11/30/08
02:49 PM

can you even find bigger injectors for a 7.3l idi and if you can where?  
99' 2500 Reg. cab, 5 speed, Edge comp box, hypertec, silverline 4" turbo back, K&N air intake

Edward A. Sanchez Edward A. Sanchez
Administrator | Posts: 2112 | Joined: 07/06
Posted: 12/01/08
02:16 PM

Trying to make a lot of power with a normally-aspirated diesel doesn't make a lot of sense. Can you do it? Sure, in theory. But you're going to just burn a bunch of fuel, and probably spend more money trying to get there in the process than if you put a turbo on it. I would look into some bolt-on turbo options. But even then, the limiting factor is going to be the stock compression ratio. Normally-aspirated diesels are generally in the 20:1 range. Most turbodiesels are in the 14:1-18:1 range.  

billybob96 billybob96
New User | Posts: 1 | Joined: 12/08
Posted: 12/01/08
06:09 PM

Turbo, injectors, custom pragrammed chip not something just bolt on, Exaust, and intake will take you well over 400. But dont forget tranny!!!  

Edward A. Sanchez Edward A. Sanchez
Administrator | Posts: 2112 | Joined: 07/06
Posted: 12/01/08
06:30 PM

I'm trying to remember that old hot-rodder's saying. It's something along the lines of "How fast can I go?" to which the answer is "How much do you want to spend?"  Smile  

ksd5 ksd5
User | Posts: 80 | Joined: 11/07
Posted: 12/01/08
09:08 PM

Icon Quotebillybob96:
Turbo, injectors, custom pragrammed chip not something just bolt on, Exaust, and intake will take you well over 400. But dont forget tranny!!!

remember were talking about an old idi 7.3 non turbo not a modern 7.3......... your messing with the wrong motor and brand, get a cummins and stick it in your ford or get a real truck, RAM HD Wink  
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Jonathan5 Jonathan5
New User | Posts: 4 | Joined: 08/08
Posted: 12/01/08
09:44 PM

yes you could get em but the company that was maken them went outa buissness a year ago due to bad service  

honda250xtrx honda250xtrx
New User | Posts: 16 | Joined: 11/08
Posted: 12/01/08
10:45 PM

would the turbo from a 95 96 7.3 bolt onto the naturally aspirated idi? and would the z5 trans hold upto 400 horses?  

honda250xtrx honda250xtrx
New User | Posts: 16 | Joined: 11/08
Posted: 12/01/08
10:48 PM

how about the whole 7.3 from a 95 or 96 would that bolt in place of the idi relatively easy?  

needpower needpower
Addict | Posts: 2069 | Joined: 11/07
Posted: 12/02/08
10:56 AM

it should. and billybob with the 7.3 idi you cant do a chip or programmer.  
1997 f-250 7.3 powerstroke. just another old truck making big power hahaha
my lug nuts need more torque then what your honda makes

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