Bulletproofed 6 0 Vs Cummins

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

    I use to have a cummins and loved it but wanted to try something different my dad has the 7.3 and loves them but a mechanic says if you get a 6.0 right it's better then any diesel on the road. My question is how do you know if it's been bulletproofed? It's a 2003 f …

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  • 6.0L Power Stroke Bulletproofing Tactics

    3. At the heart of Bulletproof Diesel's 6.0L oil system upgrade is a trick billet aluminum transfer block. The unit completely replaces the factory cast-aluminum oil filter housing.

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  • How to tell if your 6.0 Powerstroke has been "bulletproofed"

    Bulletproof is a term coined by the company bulletproof diesel. To be bulletproofed you need to run their products (4 out of 5 by their website's standards)...

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  • 7.3 vs 6.0 Diesel engines | The largest community for snow …

    I do like my 6.0, but I would take a 7.3 any day of the week. I love the sound of the 7.3's and Cummins'. When I was looking for a new truck, I wanted Dodge/Cummins first, then a Ford 7.3, then a Chevy/Duramax, and last Ford 6.0. The only reason I bought my 6.0 is because I got the truck for $5000.00 less than blue book.

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  • Built 6.0 or Cummins swap??? | Ford Power Stroke Nation

    It doesn't cost $15 to $20K to swap in an 800 HP Cummins 6.7, if you do the work yourself, especially if you get good coin for the 6.0 you pull out. In my mind, 800 HP is right on the edge of needing after market rods in a Cummins 6.7. If you back down to 700-750 and control the fuel rate at lower RPMs then you won't have that worry.

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  • BULLETPROOF 6.0 2006 Ford F250 Lariat Crew Cab 4x4 Diesel ...

    DescriptionBULLETPROOF TUNED 6.0 Power stroke 2006 Ford F-250 Super Duty Crew Cab 4x4 Lariat with 203,381 Miles for sale by Carolina Auto Sales. This truck has it all and has been built to last a lifetime! This Beauty looks good on the outside but its what under the hood that matters She has a brand new motor under the hood, Head Gaskets and Stud bolts, EGR Delete, Inter Cooler Piping,

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  • Bulletproof my 6.0 or upgrade to a 11? | The Diesel Stop

    83 Posts. Discussion Starter · #1 · Aug 29, 2011. I am looking at upgrading to a 2011 because of all the cost to maintain my current truck. I had found a company down by Atlanta that did bulletproofing of engines (Head studs, oil coolers, egr kits, etc) for like $4k. The payoff to upgrade to a newer truck would be me spending around $3k a ...

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  • 12V Swap into 2003 Excursion | Page 4 | Dodge Cummins Diesel …

    A 6.0 vs a 12V P-Pump is no comparison at all when it comes to the sheer amount of things that can go wrong. All the wiring, the HEUI injectors, fuel pump, FICM, the list goes on. They (6.0) are at least 10 times more complicated, with 10 times more things that can go wrong.

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  • Duramax vs. Cummins | Engine Comparison| Lynch Truck Center

    About Cummins Engines. Cummins engines are known for their power, reliability and durability, and are frequently found in hard-working commercial vehicles. The current incarnation is the Cummins 6.7L Turbo Diesel. This engine is available for the Ram 2500 and 3500 Heavy-Duty pickup trucks, as well as the RAM 3500, 4500, and 5500 Chassis Cabs.

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  • Bullet-Proof Your Ford 6.0L

    HOW TO BULLET PROOF YOUR 6.0L FORD We have provided this easy-to-follow Road Map to Bullet Proof Diesel products that leads to Reliability and Peace-of-Mind for you and your 6.0L Ford. The First Step in Reliability: Address These Five Pattern Failures These five pattern failures are the main reason why the 6.0L has the

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  • Cummins vs Powerstroke vs Duramax | Bob Is The Oil Guy

    1) Cummins: [email protected] or [email protected] 2) Duramax: [email protected] You also can't compare the drivability of an inline six to a V8 diesel. Two different animals. Every Duramax and Powerstroke I've driven had way better passing power (even while towing) than the Cummins (5.7s). …

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  • How To Add 300HP to 6.0 Powerstroke - Diesel Power ...

    There are two options for 6.0 Powerstroke studs; ARP2000 and the ARP Custom Age 625, and the main difference between the two is the tensile strength of the alloy. The 2000’s are rated at 200,000psi, and the CA625 are quite a bit stronger at 260,000 psi. If you have a stock turbo and tune with no plans to go much further, the 2000’s are a ...

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  • Cummins vs Powerstroke vs Duramax | Bob Is The Oil Guy

    1) Cummins: [email protected] or [email protected] 2) Duramax: [email protected] You also can't compare the drivability of an inline six to a V8 diesel. Two different animals. Every Duramax and Powerstroke I've driven had way better passing power (even while towing) than the Cummins (5.7s). You can thank the higher revving V8 for that.

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  • 6.0 Power Stroke vs. 5.9 Cummins ? : Diesel - reddit

    Since your comparing against the 6.0L, I assume you mean a common rail, in which case Cummins all the way. On the chance your looking at older ones, the 7.3L Powerstroke with ZF5/Zf6 is pretty nice too. You can always build more power for cheaper with a Cummins but for all purpose general use the 7.3L is a great choice also!

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  • How to tell if your 6.0 Powerstroke has been "bulletproofed" - YouTube

    Bulletproof is a term coined by the company bulletproof diesel. To be bulletproofed you need to run their products (4 out of 5 by their website's standards)...

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  • 6.0 vs 7.3 powerstroke | SnoWest

    the 4r100 trans behind the 7.3 has a bad rep but if properly maint. it can do the job. the 5r110 is much better though. So basically, plan on spending 4000 to make the 7.3's auto bulletproof or plan on spending 5000 to bulletproof the motor on a 6.0. I had a 03 7.3 which i loved but if i do it again, i will get an 06 or 07 6.0.

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  • 5.0L Cummins Vs 3.0L EcoDiesel Head To Head Comparison

    If the 6.0 and 6.4 Liter Power Stroke had not run into so many head gasket issues, we probably won’t worry about it as a number of gasoline engines run four bolts per head. These engines, also, feature dual overhead camshafts with one lobe per valve. The intake camshafts …

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  • Ford F-350 Super Duty Questions - is bulletproofing a 6.0 ...

    Full egr delete and bulletproof on 06 6.0 f350 458 head studs, you name it it's been done. With an act programmer, and dct scanner. The truck is a monster. There isn't a Dodge or Chevy that's wanted action. That had the same amount of $$ into it. The truck is absolutely stout.

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  • ARFCOM Diesel guys.....how bad are the 6.0 Powerstrokes really? - AR15

    In those years the go to would be the 5.9 Cummins then the 6.6 Duramax. The Duramax back then had some issues but not really that bad. The late 06-07 LBZ Duramax is the ticket but command high prices but the 5.9 does as well.

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  • 6.0 vs 7.3 vs Duramax vs Cummins | Pirate 4x4

    Heard great things about Duramax. Heard Cummins cannot be beat but the bodies of Dodges fall apart. Ford confuses me as there is a 6.0 and 7.3. Heard the 6.0 had a lot of problems. Also From my understanding a 2003 and older is a 7.3 and 2004 will be the 6.0.

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  • cummins conversion 2003-2007 Ford 6.0L Diesel

    FORD 6.0L 6-SPEED MANUAL Diesel Conversions® makes an adapter for the 6.0L diesel 6-speed that uses the Ford 6.0L starter, and absolutely no grinding of the transmission or Cummins engine is required for starter clearance. Ford started using this transmission design in 1999, and they work well behind the Cummins.

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  • Bulletproof 6.0 vs built 7.3 | Ford Powerstroke Diesel Forum

    Joined Jan 23, 2009. ·. 4,436 Posts. #5 · Feb 21, 2014. If you get an 05+ you have much better suspension package, I have towed with both. The 6.0 tows 20k as well as the 7.3 towed 10k. Mpg was about the same for me. My 6.0 is more modded than my 7.3 was for referance.

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  • Stock vs Bulletproofed | Ford Powerstroke Diesel Forum

    Ford truck popularity helped the 6.0's numbers more than anything. The VT365 was an awful power choice for the medium duty IH truck platform compared to the DT466 and 530. Also the VT365/6.0 engine was pretty much limited to IH/Ford compared to the Cummins 5.9 and 6.7 which are available across many manufacturer platforms including Ford.

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  • 6.0 Powerstroke vs 5.9 Cummins vs 6.7 Cummins | Page 3 | NC4x4

    6.0 Powerstroke vs 5.9 Cummins vs 6.7 Cummins. Thread starter ckruzer; ... There are shit tons of people out there that have had their 6.0 "bulletproofed" two or three times. The only people I hear complain about how shitty Dodge interiors are and how shitty Dodge trucks are, are the guys that have only ever owned Fords. ...

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  • 6.0 vs 6.4 vs 6.7 cummins - PowerStrokeArmy

    6.0 vs 6.4 vs 6.7 cummins. I'm looking at a truck to dd everyday. Been looking at several 6.0s, 2 08 6.4s, an 07 6.7 and an 08 6.7. Whatever I get will be tuned, *****d and whatever it needs to o be reliable. What does everyone think. _____ 01 f250 ccsb 4x4 400/400, twin terminators, s480, bts and supporting mods --sold ...

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  • Bulletproofing a 6.0 Powerstroke | HuskerOnline

    Long story short, my 04 6.0 is toast and getting it bulletproofed is the only option if I ever want it to run normal again. Click to expand... Here's what I know from a Ford mechanic. IF it's done right, it'll be a good engine. Let's face it, probably your only option because it'll …

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

    Why should you bullet proof? If you own a 6.0 Power Stroke, bullet proofing it should be in your play book. The 6.0 Power Stroke’s head gasket and oil cooler issues above are not an “if it happens” issue, but a “when it happens” issue.When things do go wrong, you want to do it right so you never have to repeat the repair, or worse, damage your engine.

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  • Bulletproof 6.0 Power stroke build on 2004 Ford F250

    In this installment of our 2004 Ford F250 Super Duty project, we grabbed all the best parts from Bulletproof Diesel and Sinister Diesel and fixed every single common problem on a 6.0L Ford Power ...

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  • Which powerstroke 6.0l vs 6.4l | Ford Powerstroke Diesel Forum

    5,979 Posts. #2 · Mar 6, 2015. A bulletproofed 6.0 is more reliable than a 6.4 to a point. The 6.4 is always going to be more expensive to maintain than a 6.0. It also generates a lot more power and got very little valve train upgrades... That means that rockers and lifters tend to wear out much faster than they did on the 6.0.

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  • EGR Delete or EGR Cooler? – Grumpy's Diesel Service

    While blocked coolant flow is a common cause for EGR cooler failure on a 6.0, a rapture or clogged EGR cooler can occur on other engines where the EGR cooler has enough coolant. Most OE EGR coolers utilize a variation of the shell and tube heat exchanger that use flat tubes with internal channels.

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  • 6.0L vs. 6.4L: Which Power Stroke Is Really Better ...

    6.0L vs. 6.4L: Which Power Stroke Is Really Better? November 26, 2018; Story By Mike McGlothlin; After our 7.3L vs. 6.0L face-off went viral on social media, we’ve decided to drag 6.0L loyalists back into the ring for another Power Stroke throw down. This time, the world’s most-hated diesel is up against the 6.4L—an engine that hasn’t exactly been known for being bulletproof in recent ...

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  • dodge cummins 5.9 and 6.0 powerstroke - YouTube

    my 5.9 liter dodge megacab and my brothers 6.0 powerstroke making some speed runs, launches, and a little parking garage action ;)

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  • H&S Tuned 6.7 Cummins Vs 6.0 Powerstroke - YouTube

    Tuned and deleted cummins Vs my 06 powerstroke w/ a powermax and Warren Diesel 190s. Can you say ' disappointing" . Haaaaaaaaaa

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