how to tell if 6 0 diesel is bulletproofed

The right way to bullet proof a 6.0 Power Stroke - White's ...

 · One of the main failure points in the 6.0 diesel, the factory head bolts will physically stretch, causing head lift, which ultimately results in a blown head gasket. When the head lifts from the block, even though it is only thousands of an inch, it's enough to cause hot spots, combustion chamber leaks, coolant consumption and stress points ...

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

 · 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 proff it, he looked at it and said the EKG had been removed, and that should show that it has already been done, dose that sound right to any of you, truck runs great so not having the EKG has not hurt it, is there a way I can tell if it has ...

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9 Common 6.0L Powerstroke Problems & Fixes - Diesel …

 · 2003-2007 Ford SuperDuty Diesel Truck Problems & How to Fix Them. If you're a diesel nut like me, you probably know that most people will steer clear of buying a 2003 to 2007 model year Ford Superduty Diesel truck. The 6.0L Powerstroke is known for having major problems. Most of these problems originate from the factory design.

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How do you know if a 6.0 is bulletproofed | Ford ...

 · 6.2 Convert. Joined Aug 6, 2011. ·. 1,383 Posts. #4 · Jan 3, 2016. Easiest way to tell is to look for the BulletProof Diesel sticker in the back window. :grin: If you're looking for something more scientific, these guys have got you on the right path. But if you're in the market for a 6.0 a better question to ask is, "How do I evaluate a used ...

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Can I trust a 6.0L Bullet proof motor? - The Diesel Stop

 · Good day, Gentlemen & Ladies. Long time truck owner, first time considering diesel. Looking to purchase a 03' F250 4x4 Crew with the 6.0 diesel, which has recently been Bulletproofed by a reputable Diesel shop. She's only got 180k on it and he's recently replaced: egr, …

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How Long Will a Bulletproofed 6.0 Last? - Authentic Pick

 · The Lifespan of a Bulletproofed Ford 6.0. The Bulletproofed Ford 6.0 Power Stroke is a well-known vehicle today with an amazing torque curve, a great power-to-weight ratio, and impressively compact package and size.. But wait! The built-in 365ci Navistar International V8 engine has faced many reliability and warranty issues, all thanks to its smaller lifespan.

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How to Install 6.0 Bulletproof Kit - Ford-Trucks.com

 · Sadly, stricter emissions standards forced them to switch to a 6.0-liter late in the 2003 model year of the Super Duty, where it remained until 2007. The diesel was also used in Econoline vans and the Excursion SUV. Unfortunately, there are a number of well-known issues with the 6.0 models.

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What is a Bulletproof Powerstroke 6.0L Ford Diesel? - …

 · But quickly Bulletproof Diesel lost control of their branding and "Bulletproof" generically refers to an upgraded 6.0 engine kit, often consisting of a built motor. The 6.0L Backstory — Why We Need Bulletproof Diesel, (or what went wrong at Ford) 2003-2007 …

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What Is A 6.0 Bulletproof - icocem

The fine folks at bulletproof diesel define 6.0l power stroke as being bulletproofed when it has at least four of the five main problem areas addressed. I mean sure a 6.7 is a better option but the price difference between a bulletproof 6.0 and a 6.7 is massive.

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How To Bulletproof A 6.0 Diesel Engine - graylingsociety.org

The 6.0 powerstroke bulletproof kit includes a wide variety of parts that are all chosen to overcome known. We are committed to educating the 6.0 and 6.4 liter diesel community on how to properly diagnose and bullet proof. Bulletproof diesel's complete 6.0 power stroke upgrade kit. I have an 2006 with the 6.0 and i love it.

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thinking about buying a bulletproofed 6.0 have some ...

 · I don't know much about the 6.4 but some say they are more reliable to a degree. If you just wanted a good study diesel then a 6.0 should work. If you want a hot rod that you want to chip then a 6.4 might be a better choice. I hear they are beast when they are properly tuned. Either way I don't think you will go wrong. Good luck!

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7.3 vs "bulletproofed" 6.0 - PowerStrokeArmy

 · 7.3 vs "bulletproofed" 6.0 General Discussion Forum. 96 F-350 RC 4x4 Hypermax Rods, PIS 300/200s G head tunes, S467, Beans IDM, ARP head & main, girdle, half filled block, DI cam, Dual IPRs, ceramic coated bowls, anti-friction skirts, Haldex pump over Stock pump, Diesel site High volume lpop, Billet intake Plenums, Dual SD pumps, Fluidampner, beehive springs, cosmetic head gaskets, …

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6.0 Bulletproof Packages - Hart's Diesel Performance

The standard 6.0 bulletproofing package includes ARP head studs, Mahle head gaskets, resurfacing of your heads, o-ring your heads, new OEM standpipes, new OEM dummy plugs (04.5-07), updated OEM pushrods, updated OEM oil cooler, updated STC fitting (05-07), full synthetic oil change with OEM filter, cooling system flush with EC-1 rated coolant, and a complete upper engine gasket set ...

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how can i tell if my 6.0 has an egr delete? | Ford Power ...

 · Only show this user. Find passenger Y pipe that goes up to the turbo. At the front side of the pipe (toward the front of the truck) look for a long cooler that is attached to it via a V band clamp. I dont know how else to explain it... Google 6.0 diesel egr cooler pics under hood. B.

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Will ALL 6.0s need to be "built up/bulletproofed"? | Ford ...

 · There are a lot of stock 6.0 trucks out there and going strong with lots of miles on them. Two caveats to the truck you're looking at is; 1 - Low miles are not necessarily your friend when it comes to a 6.0 2 - IMO it is way, way over priced. Personally I would not pay over $14,000 for any 12 year old truck that has not been driven much.

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how to tell if a 6.0 already has egr ... - Power Stroke Nation

 · 1,586 Posts. #2 · May 1, 2014. Look at the bottom side of each head. If you see a stub and 12 point nut, then studs. If you just see a bolt head then its not. For egr, look at the passenger side down in the valley. If you don't see a large round or square tube ( depends on years) from front to back and just see a small pipe, then it deleted.

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Determining if an '05 F250 6.0L is ... - The Diesel Stop

 · 4X4, 6.0, 1/2004 Build date Solid Black, Secret Service Look alike Stock engine w/ EGR Delete 4" turbo back exhaust w/ Deleted :ford:2004 Ford F-250 King Ranch 4x4, 6.0, 2/04 Build Date Chestnut Brown Metallic Stock engine with EGR Deleted & ARP Head Studs SCT Livewire TS from Innovative Diesel:ford:2003 Ford Excursion Limited (Totaled 5/1/2015)

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is bulletproofing a 6.0 diesel motor a good ... - CarGurus

 · So as I understand it, the 6.0 is a very good strong motor after its been bulletproofed. As I understand it, the reason the 6.0 break down is the poor design of the motor in that the oil pump resides below the intake manifold and the the oil coolant return passages get clogged.

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how do i tell if EGR has been ******d ... - PowerStrokeArmy

 · how do i tell if EGR has been deleted? 6.0 Aftermarket. With a situation like you described, it is impossible to tell by simply looking at the truck unless the EGR valve is gone. The only other way would be if a new intake manifold was put on the truck and you pulled the elbow off …

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Bulletproofed 6.0 reliable? - Ford Powerstroke Diesel Forum

 · Shawn Carlson [email protected] Proud Navy Vet 2005 F250, CCSB, 6.0 PSD, FX 4 (The Sweet Unit-my truck is white) Engine Mods: Fluidampr, CCV Reroute (Reinstated), 4" MBRP Exhaust, MTW Stage 1 Turbo, Bulletproof 53V FICM, BulletProof EGR Cooler, BulletProof Water Pump, Riff Raff Intercooler Boots, Gogo Diesel Direct Drive Solenoid, BulletProof All-Aluminum Radiator, BulletProof …

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Honest Opinion on the 6.0. should i stay ... - The Diesel Stop

 · Im in the market of buying a truck, I found a 2007 King Ranch 4x4 Dually with only 96,000 miles on a stock motor. Clean carfax I really need an honest opinion on 6.0 My uncle has two 6.0s with well over 350,000 miles on them. he told me that if you bullet proof the 6.0 that they can be better...

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Ford 6.0 Power Stroke Bulletproofing - Diesel IQ

 · Install can run about $700-1,000 so the upgrade can cost upwards or beyond $3,000 all in. Compare that to a factory Ford 6.0 Power Stroke oil cooler for about $300. Add in labor and you can still replace the factory oil cooler about 3x before the bulletproof 6.0L oil cooler upgrade is worth the cost.

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Bulletproof 6.0L???? | Ford Powerstroke Diesel Forum

 · To answer your question; a lot of people throw around the word "bulletproofing" in the 6.0 for sale world. A true "bulletproofed" truck has the parts from Bulletproof Diesel ; parts include the EGREGR Cooler, Oil Cooler, FICM, and finally head studs. Now, there are a lot of other companies that make parts just like this and will have some ...

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What Is A 6.0 Bulletproof

There's a few different opinions on here of what makes a bulletproof 6.0l. The fine folks at bulletproof diesel define 6.0l power stroke as being "bulletproofed" when it has at least four of the five main problem areas addressed. I got a lead on a automatic 2006 6.0 f350 xlt 4×4 flatbed with 40,000 miles on it …

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2003-2007 6.0L Powerstroke Diesel Engine

6.0L Diesel Engine. DFC Diesel Rebuilders prides itself in being the highest quality product on the market. This is why we can back our engines with a 5 year 160,000km warranty that we stand behind. Our engines have been re-manufactured to factory specs using all new industry recognized name brand parts that meet and exceed OEM specifications.

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