Fits: Early 1999 Ford F-Series w/ 7.3L Powerstroke
Supports: Up to 205cc | 30% Injectors
The KC Turbos 300222 KC300x Stage 2 63mm/73mm Turbo is a journal-bearing turbo with a Borg Warner 300sxe style turbine wheel that has been modified to create a 100% drop-in replacement turbo for your 7.3L Powerstroke.
This turbo will surprise you at how well it runs! KC Turbos has torture-tested it for longevity and has proven its capability on the dyno as well as the Race Track. The .84 A/R housing will provide a quicker spool and cooled EGTs below 3000 RPMs which is ideal for all of the dedicated tow rigs and daily drivers.
Part Number: 300222
- 100% drop in turbo
- 4" ported housing with anti-surge for high flow
- 63mm 7x7 SXE style compressor wheel with extended tip technology
- 73mm SXE style turbine wheel
- Big Head Waste-gate Actuator for elevated boost control
- High Flow deleted EBPV outlet flange
- Reliable Journal Bearing Design (Rebuildable)
- Comes with all gaskets and o-rings to install
- Comes with new 4" intake boot
- 1-year unlimited miles limited warranty
- KC Turbos Highly Recommends adding these products for the best results:
- Upgrading you up-pipes
- Upgrading EBPV Pedestal
- Running Custom Tuning
- This turbo requires you to do a CCV mod to the truck since the boot is not long enough to work with the stock plastic CCV tube. If you don't know or don't fully understand what a CCV mod entails, please do a quick "7.3 CCV mod" Google search or feel free to give us a call with any questions!
- The Turbocharger featured in the picture is the polished version. Most turbochargers will typically come sand-cast unless specifically requested, however, a polished cover may be added for an additional fee.
- All KC Turbos are assembled and built in the United States. They will be special order until we have good stock and may take up to two weeks for delivery. Let us know if you're in a rush so we can get them rushed up!
- Exhaust Brakes: KC Turbos has found that some brands have clearance issues and might cause the brake to hinder performance, rub the turbine wheel, or cause other issues. These brakes typically use some sort of flapper to close which causes extreme exhaust back pressure to aid in braking. This can be hard on a turbo and motor and is not recommended. It will be up to the customer to verify fitment and functionality.
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