Sinister Diesel Ford Coolant Filter System - 6.0L E-Series Van - SD-COOLFIL-6.0V-C

Thoroughbred Sku #: SINSD-COOLFIL-6.0V
Manufacturer Sku #: SD-COOLFIL-6.0V-C

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Product Name: Sinister Diesel Ford Coolant Filter System for 6.0L E-Series Van
Manufacturer: Sinister Diesel
Manufacture Part #: SD-COOLFIL-6.0V-C
Thoroughbred Diesel Part #: SINSD-COOLFIL-6.0V
Fitment Notes: Ford 6.0L E-Series Van
Years: 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009

  • NOTE: This product CAN NOT ship to California due to CARB regulations.
  • Coolant Filter, Filter Block and Mounting Bracket
  • Silicone Coolant Lines
  • Heat Sheath to Protect the lines
  • All Necessary Hardware and Instructions for Convenient Installation
If you need a 2003-2009 E-Series 6.0 coolant filtration kit, you definitely made the right choice by choosing Sinister Diesel. This Sinister coolant filtration system for the Ford Powerstroke filters a small amount of coolant with each pass. The spin on the filter makes it easy to change coolant as often as you need. Plus, the filters also removes all solid particles. Typically you will use three filters in the first nine months. Once the initial nine months has passed, you will only need to change the filter once a year. What will you get with a 6.0 coolant filtration kit? How about one coolant filter, ball valves, coolant filter assembly, and coolant hoses and clamps?

The coolant filter should be changed out several time within the first year of having the coolant filter kit installed. The first filter should be changed out within the first 500 miles as it will catch the most debris. The second filter should be changed out at about 3,000 miles. The third filter should be changed out after the first year. The intervals may vary depending on the amount of debris in the engine. We recommend cutting open the filters to determine how many times and how often the filter should be changed in the first year. If the filter is still very dirty after the second interval, you may want to do an additional filter change in between the 3,000 mile mark and the end of the year. After the initial year, you should change the filter out once every year after that.

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