how to make a ford 6 4 bulletproof

Bulletproofing stock 6.4L | The Diesel Stop

1,099 Posts. #11 · Jun 2, 2014. usmcpsd, The pickups have always had the same tune--it was the 450/550 cab/chassis that were detuned. The only real difference in an '08 and later is some of the 8s had the 4.88 gears, until Ford figured out the 4.30s pulled just as well and gave better (barely) mileage.

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how to make the 6.0 bulletproof | Ford Powerstroke Diesel ...

Most of the problems in the 6.0 come from abuse, not changing the fluids, or poor maintance. They are known for egr failures and a few other things with all the emisions crap and they do make a bullet proof kit do deal with that. I guess It doesnt matter what brand Diesel truck you buy, Ford, Dodge, or Chevy IMO they are all great trucks.

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How to tell if 6.0L has been bullet proof | The Diesel Stop

How to tell if 6.0L has been bullet proof. Jump to Latest Follow 1 - 4 of 4 Posts. A. Abuckhunter · Registered. Joined Oct 15, 2006 · 440 Posts . Discussion Starter · #1 · Apr 3, 2016. Hi All, I just got a 03 f 250 super duty with a 6.0 in it, I was talking to a diesel guy about it and said I heard that it will help a lot if you bullet ...

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6.4 Reliability | Ford Power Stroke Nation

The 6.4 is a better truck, hands down, for many reasons. The tuning potential is by far the best of any model from any maker. You can make these trucks fast, and bulletproof, for way less money than anything else. Delete the emissions crap, delete or block the EGR coolers, and put a tuner on it, and the 6.4 will make you a very happy man.

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Upgrading A 6.0-Liter Powerstroke With A New EGR Cooler

Upgrading A 6.0-Liter Powerstroke With A New EGR Cooler. When it comes to diesel engines, there's probably nothing more polarizing than the 6.0-liter Ford Power Stroke. The 6.0-liter was first introduced in 2003 and was succeeded by the 6.4-liter in 2008. Though the 6.0-liter had a number of slight improvements over its lifespan, it was still ...

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How Much To Make A 6.0 Bulletproof

Our 6.0s either have bulletproof parts, as shown in the options section, or you can add the stage one bulletproof powerstroke 6.0 kit for $2900 at purchase! I had a local ford dealer mechanic (off duty at home) do the head gaskets, studs, oil cooler, egr delete, and stc fittings on my 04 6.0, charged me something like $1200 in labor.

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Editor's Pick Part 1 Bullet Proofing our 6.4L | Diesel ...

Bullet Proof Diesel. The slogan at Bullet Proof Diesel is, "If you depend on it, Bullet Proof it!". It seems like every 6.0L or 6.4L owner either has Bullet Proof Diesel products on it, or is planning to in the near future. This manufacturer has a solid reputation in the diesel industry and a lot has to do with its EGR Coolers.

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Ford F-Series: How to Install 6.0 Bulletproof Kit | Ford ...

Step 1 - Choose a Bulletproof Kit. If you do a simple internet search for "6.0 Bulletproof," you'll return thousands of results. There are many, many companies out there selling many, many different kinds of solutions. The biggest difference between all of these kits is the number and types of components they include.

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What's it take to fix a 6.0 FOR GOOD! | The Diesel Stop

Head gaskets, oil leaks, injector failures, coolant spewing from overflow, egr failures. oil cooler failures, etc. I've had most of these problems on my 2006 6.0 powerstroke. I stay on top of my maint. and follow severe service intervals. Had ARP studs put in with head gasket work 20,000 miles...

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Are the 6.4 really that bad? [Archive] - Competition ...

I love 6.4's they make me a good amount of money lol. I've pondered the idea of getting a ford since I've worked on so many 6.0's a d 6.4's. I would pri buy a 6.0 before a 6.4 tho. I like the interior of the 6.4 trucks more tho. I've changed more 6.4 turbos and egr valves than ive ever had to do on any other 2 engines combined.

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Avg cost to making 6.0L reliable(bulletproof) | The Diesel ...

I have a 2006 F-250 Lariat Fx4. Bought it with 123500. The dealer I purchased it from installed new Bulletproof diesel ear cooler and ford oil cooler. I then installed coolant filter (diesel site) New radiator with Final charge coolant, Installed full gauge set, Auto Meter- Fuel, get, boost trans, got a scan gauge II set for Ficm voltage, Hpop ...

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how to bullet proof 6.4 | Ford Powerstroke Diesel Forum

The best way to bullet proof your 6.4 is to use the search function in the 6.4 forum... 04hdfatboy Registered Joined Oct 6, 2010 4,608 Posts #7 · Sep 21, 2012 Doss said: I'd say if you want to go a few steps further just for more peace of mind, get a coolant filter kit to keep that clean and something like an Air Dog/FASS for your fueling needs.

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Are the Ford 6.0 Powerstroke Diesels Just Junk with Too ...

The 6.0 Powerstroke Has Overly Complicated Systems. One of the biggest problems with these engines is the overly complicated way that every system is set up on these trucks. The injection system is a high pressure oil controlled system that most people cannot wrap their head around. Engine oil is pressurized up to 4,000 psi to controlled ...

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What really is required to bulletproof a 6.0?? - iRV2 Forums

Upgrading the EGR cooler to a "Bullet Proof" unit AND doing and extensive coolant flush to switch over to the ELC coolant will probably cure the majority of any 6.0L issues. We had Ford take care of this for us and while they had the top of the engine apart we had them install many of the Ford OEM updated parts for the motor such as the "blue ...

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