The AFE 46-60072 GT Series BladeRunner Turbocharger is a direct bolt-on performance replacement for your 1999.5-2003 Ford 7.3L Powerstroke. Featuring a Billet Compressor Wheel and ported shroud compressor housing to eliminate compressor surge. In-house testing at AFE has produced a max gain of +49HP & 124 ft-lbs (with aftermarket tuning).
4" Anti-Surge Chamber w/ High-Temp 5-Ply Silicone torque booster tube:
This turbo has an oversized 4" inlet featuring a ported shroud compressor housing which helps to reduce turbo bark. A 5-PLY reinforced high temperature silicone torque booster tube is included for a hassle-free installation.
The compressor features a gold anodized 6/12 bladed billet aluminum compressor wheel that is lighter and stronger than the stock cast wheel to help provide quicker spool-up and higher air flow than the stock turbo.
The compressor features a light-weight billet aluminum compressor wheel with a 66mm inducer and 88mm exducer to improve turbo spool-up, handle high wheel speeds, and boost pressures. Also included is a CNC-machined, black anodized billet adjustable aluminum wastegate actuator.
1.0 A/R Turbine Housing:
The larger 1.0 A/R housing vs. Stock .84 A/R results in lower EGTs.
This turbo can be installed on 1999.5-2003 model years as a direct bolt-on replacement. All connections to the vehicle are compatible with the OE geometry, resulting in a quick and reliable connection. Maximum gains are achieved from fuel system upgrades, either electronic or mechanical.
+49 HP & 124 Ft-Lbs.
Upgrade For Stock Turbo
Direct Bolt-On Replacement -
All Connections Are Compatible With The OE Geometry
Billet Adjustable Wastegate Actuator
Includes Torque Booster Tube
Compressor Inducer: 66 mm
Compressor Exducer: 88 mm/ Trim 56
Turbine Inducer: 76 mm
Turbine Exducer: 67 mm/ Trim 78
Exhaust A/R: 1.0
Note: This is a "Race Only" product used solely for competition. Its use is limited to closed-course and open-course racing that is formally sanctioned by a recognized racing organization. Any other use including recreational off-road use could be in violation of local, state and federal laws.