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Parts & Accessories For 1999-2003 Ford Trucks with 7.3 Powerstroke Engines
Ford completely revamped their truck lineup for the 1999 model year with the introduction of the all-new Super Duty. The 7.3 Powerstroke diesel engine continued production with some slight changes including the addition of an intercooler. In 2000, Ford began production of the Excursion full-size SUV. XDP offers a wide selection of stock replacement parts and aftermarket upgraded components for your 1999-2003 Ford F-250/350/450/550 or 2000-2003 Ford Excursion.

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1999-2003 Ford 7.3 Powerstroke Parts & Accessories

In 1999 Ford made some major changes to their truck lineup and to the 7.3 Powerstroke engine. This would be the first year Ford refers to their F-250/350/450 pickup trucks as the Super-Duty lineup with new body styles, transmission options, and more upgrades to enhance durability and performance. When Ford announced their Super-Duty lineup the demand for these trucks skyrocketed. In 2002 the 2,000,000th 7.3 Powerstroke-equipped Ford pickup truck came off the assembly line. The 7.3 Power Stroke has become one of the most sought-after diesel engines in a pickup for its reputation of durability and longevity.

In 1999, Ford added an intercooler to the 7.3L Powerstroke, to cool the compressed air from the turbo, creating denser air to support a more efficient combustion process. This air-to-air intercooler increased the horsepower of the engine while also reducing exhaust gas temperatures (EGT). For the 1999-2003 models, Ford improved the fuel lift pump by converting the cam-driven mechanical pump to an electric pump to provide better fuel system performance. Another enhancement to the 7.3L Powerstroke was the upgraded Garrett turbocharger. The early 1994-1997 model years used a Garret TP38, and the 1999-2003 models used the Garrett GTP38 which featured a wastegate to help reduce emissions. Higher flowing 140cc injectors split-shot fuel injectors were larger than the 120cc injectors used on the previous generation 7.3L Powerstroke. New automatic and manual transmissions were also introduced for the Super-Duty lineup. The transmission options available were the new 4R110 Automatic and the ZF S6-650 6-Speed Manual Transmission.

With these performance improvements the power levels of the 7.3L Powerstroke significantly improved. Horsepower increased from 201 hp to 275 hp and torque increased from 425 lb-ft to 525 lb-ft. These late model trucks also included a 17° swash plate High Pressure Oil Pump to provide an increased oil volume. The addition of a larger swash-plate-style pump makes adding high performance modifications to the 1999-2003 7.3L Powerstroke engine easier. After the production of the 2003 model year trucks, Ford discontinued the 7.3L Powerstroke engine due to stricter emission standards. Even though Ford no longer manufactures the 7.3L Powerstroke, XDP still continues to support it with all the 7.3 Powerstroke Parts parts you need from hundreds of the top manufacturers. From routine maintenance components to performance upgrades XDP has what your truck needs, including Fuel Filters, High Pressure Oil Pumps, Turbo Kits, Programmers, Suspension Parts and much more!