- How can I make my 6.0 reliable?
- How do you tell if a 6.0 has EGR delete?
- Why is 6.4 Powerstroke so bad?
- Does a 6.0 need to be bulletproofed?
- How long will a Ford 6.0 diesel last?
- How much does it cost to bulletproof a 6.0 Powerstroke?
- Is it worth buying a 6.0 Powerstroke?
- How much does it cost to bulletproof?
- What does studded and deleted mean on a diesel?
- Can 6.4 Powerstroke be Bulletproofed?
- Why is 6.4 Powerstroke bad?
- Are Ford 6.0 really that bad?
- Which year 6.0 Powerstroke is best?
- Is the Ford 6.0 diesel a good engine?
- What’s wrong with the 6.4 Powerstroke?
How can I make my 6.0 reliable?
In my opinion, to make a 6.0 reliable I would:Replace STC fitting and or updated bracket kit with the updated updated part ( 4C3Z-9B246-C ).
Replace the high pressure oil rail “dummy” plugs.
Install a coolant filter.If ever at one point the heads need to come off, install an ARP head stud kit.More items…•.
How do you tell if a 6.0 has EGR delete?
Easiest way to tell is look under the intake manifold on the passenger’s side. If your EGR cooler has been removed, you will see a metal tube in the shape of a “J” coming out from under the intake manifold (towards the front) running to the oil cooler cover under the turbo.
Why is 6.4 Powerstroke so bad?
Unlike the 6.0L, the 6.4L’s rocker arm ends don’t see the same amount of lubrication. And given the fact that the engine oil can be heavily diluted with diesel fuel, what little oil the rocker does see isn’t the best lubricant. The result is excessive ball pivot wear and the “tick” the 6.4L is notorious for.
Does a 6.0 need to be bulletproofed?
Here is the deal, as said above NO not all 6.0s need to be bulletproofed. However, before you buy it have a shop look it over. With how long it has sat the coolant is probably way past being healthy. Oil and fuel filters needs changing…
How long will a Ford 6.0 diesel last?
Very few people really get the value out of a diesel (work it long miles for years), but a well maintained Powerstroke should go in excess of 400,000 miles.
How much does it cost to bulletproof a 6.0 Powerstroke?
Bulletproof Oil Cooler is a ton of money. They say it lowers temperatures and prevents premature failures of the EGR cooler and injectors. And they’re right. But those benefits come in around $3000-$3500 installed!
Is it worth buying a 6.0 Powerstroke?
The 6.0 isn’t as dependable overall as a 7.3, but if you find the right truck, it can be more dependable as a 7.3 with more power and be nicer inside for way less than 23k.
How much does it cost to bulletproof?
The cost to bulletproof a car depends on several variables, such as the type of vehicle and the level of protection that you desire. The general cost can range from $40,000 upwards of $100,000. In the state of the world, it’s no wonder that you might consider bulletproofing your vehicle.
What does studded and deleted mean on a diesel?
Studded refers to ARP head studs and not studded means your truck is stock. I tow 11.5k being non-studded and haven’t ran into issues yet. I’ve deleted the EGR (Exhaust Gas Return), though.
Can 6.4 Powerstroke be Bulletproofed?
The 6.4 can’t be bulletproofed.
Why is 6.4 Powerstroke bad?
Failed emissions control components, fuel system contaminants and corrosion, leaking radiators and hoses, cracked turbo up-pipes and severe oil dilution all plague the 6.4L Power Stroke—and the problems only get worse with age.
Are Ford 6.0 really that bad?
They both are reliable, get good mileage, and have great power. The Ford Powerstroke 6.0 is not a bad engine at all. … With proper maintenance, diagnostics, and competent repairs, these engines are as good or better than any of the other diesel pickup motors out there.
Which year 6.0 Powerstroke is best?
05-07 are considered the better years for the 6.0. There’s really no reason to look at anything older than 05 unless you really want a 7.3 or the price is amazing.
Is the Ford 6.0 diesel a good engine?
If maintained properly and repaired by a knowledgeable mechanic they are pretty good trucks. They have good power, get fair mileage, and will last a couple hundred thousand miles without too much issue.
What’s wrong with the 6.4 Powerstroke?
6.4L Powerstrokes are notorious for developing radiator leaks because of the poor radiator design. The crimps on the ends of the radiators tend to separate, causing the ends to leak.