Thoroughbred Diesel our passion is diesel performance. We have specialized
in diesel performance for almost 10 years now at our shop located
in Winchester Kentucky. The 2003 - 2007 6.0L Powerstroke has many
aftermarket performance upgrade options. At Thoroughbred Diesel we
offer air filters, cold air intakes, exhaust systems, programmers,
FASS fuel systems, turbos, injectors, and so much more for your diesel.
When you want to add some horsepower or better your fuel mileage you
have many options with your 6.0L Powerstroke. It can be confusing
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About the 6.0L engine
Unable to meet stricter emissions regulations, the 7.3L (444
cu in) Power Stroke was replaced by the 6.0 L (366.1 cu in)
during the 2003 year model. This version lasted through 2006
(2007 model year). Many 6.0 L Power Stroke engines proved unreliable,
costing Ford hundreds of millions of dollars in warranty repairs
and leading to a recall and repurchase of 500 trucks (due to
the Lemon Law). The major problem with the Navistar diesel engines
are due to damage resulting from defective fuel injectors, which
suffer from side loading, which then causes raw fuel to flood
and enter the engine's oil crankcase or hydro-lock the engine.
The previous occurrence is so disastrous that a total engine
replacement is often required. There were also minor problems
resulting from the unreliable factory variable-vane turbocharger,
head gasket problems, EGR valve carbon deposit clogging/sticking,
defective Exhaust Pressure (EP) sensor/connector, extensive
PCM recalibrations, fuel injector harness chafing/crushing,
general engine stalling/bucking, and inability to conform to
the new Federal diesel emissions standards of January 1, 2007.
The engine had an 3.74 in (95 mm) bore and 4.13 in (104.9 mm) stroke
for a displacement of 365 cu in (6 L) or 5954 CC. It utilized a turbocharger
and intercooler, producing 325 hp (242 kW) and 570 ft·lbf (773
N·m) with an 18:1 compression ratio, redlining at 4500 RPM.