6.0 PowerStroke Intake Elbow Upgrade Guide
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6.0 PowerStroke Intake Elbow Upgrade Guide

As with just about any turbodiesel engine, the Ford 6.0 PowerStroke responds well to simple bolt-on performance upgrades. We previously wrote about the 7 best 6.0L PowerStroke upgrades, and an intake elbow didn’t quite make that list. There are certainly much better power mods like a tune, intake, and exhaust. However, a 6.0 PowerStroke intake…

6.0 Powestroke Cold Air Intake Guide
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6.0 Powestroke Cold Air Intake Guide

A cold air intake, or performance intake, is a great mod to increase power and engine efficiency on the 6.0 Powerstroke. Since the 6.0 Powerstroke is a turbocharged engine the increased airflow over the stock intake system helps improve turbo efficiency and increase horsepower. There are tons of 6.0 Powerstroke intakes on the market. You’ll…

The 7 Best 6.0 Powerstroke Performance Upgrades
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The 7 Best 6.0 Powerstroke Performance Upgrades

Four simple modifications and a few thousands bucks can take the 6.0 Powerstroke to around 450rwhp and 800wtq. Now the engine doesn’t have the greatest reputation for reliability so we recommend bulletproofing your engine before making these upgrades. We’ve been manufacturing and selling 6.0 Powerstroke performance products for years and are going to talk about…

Ford 6.0 Powerstroke Bulletproofing
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Ford 6.0 Powerstroke Bulletproofing

In this article, we discuss the idea of bulletproofing the Ford 6.0 Powerstroke engine to improve reliability. The engine ultimately suffers from poor reliability due to problems with its emissions equipment, oil, and fueling systems. Therefore, the process of bulletproofing has arisen to improve the engines weaknesses and ultimately improve reliability. What is “Bulletproofing”? The…

6.0 Power Stroke FICM Super Easy Direct Ways to Diagnose
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6.0 Power Stroke FICM Super Easy Direct Ways to Diagnose

Ford 6.0 Power Stroke FICM Diagnostics The 6.0 Power Stroke FICM is often mis-diagnosed and needlessly replaced. Calibration concerns, powertrain component faults and FICM malfunctions may produce similar drivability concerns. NOTE: The most common symptoms of a failed FICM are: NO START or CONSTANT MISFIRE AT ALL ENGINE TEMPERATURES. Symptoms other than these are not…

The Biggest Problems With 6.0 Powerstroke Engines
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The Biggest Problems With 6.0 Powerstroke Engines

Some of the early 6.0 Powerstroke engines experienced problems, and it is speculated to have cost Ford millions of dollars in warranty repairs and buy backs. While these engines can be reliable, you usually have to go through the process of upgrading all of the problematic parts, known as bulletproofing the engine. Bulletproofing requires addressing a…