2003 - 2007 6.0L Powerstroke Parts

Produced by Ford from 2003 to 2007, the 6.0L Powerstroke diesel engine was created so it could meet with the new EPA emissions laws. Those new laws caused concerns for 6.0L Powerstroke owners, leading many of them to the page you’re on now.

In 2004, those laws required diesel engines to decrease the amount of nitrogen-oxide the exhaust produced. This was accomplished with an EGR (Exhaust Gas Recirculation) valve. The problem is, adding an EGR valve causes the power to decrease substantially.

But we can help you power up your 6.0 Powerstroke. You will find all of the performance parts you need right here at ProSource Diesel. We have 6.0 Powerstroke injectors and 6.0 Powerstroke turbo parts including one of our most popular products, the 6.0 Powerstroke turbo rebuild kit. You can also keep your diesel engine running cleanly with a new Powerstroke fuel filter. Whatever 6.0 Powerstroke aftermarket parts you need, you will find them at ProSource Diesel.

1 week ago
john rossus
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Great kit

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3 weeks ago
Diesel Trucks of Virginia
I bought this turbo over 5 weeks ago. I have had it installed about a month now and love it. It has the 10 blade exhaust turbine like the early 6.0's which gives a super high pitch whistle. It is very quick off the line. It comes with a new pedestal mount, the turbo pre-oiled with billet wheel as described, O-rings for oil feed and drain line by Alliant power and extra mounting hardware; which I did not use as the turbo was already mounted to the pedestal. I will update again with other observations. My truck has aftermarket tuning by Quick Tricks Auto, Rudy's diesel intercooler pipes and a Motorcraft blue spring upgrade.

If you’ve been troubled by a poor performing 6.0L Powerstroke, the good news is that with a few aftermarket part upgrades, your 6.0L can be turned into a very reliable diesel engine. Upgrading the EGR cooler would be our first recommendation and while you’re doing that, upgrade the 6.0L oil cooler as well. Since the turbo needs to be removed to remove the EGR valve, it’s a good idea to clean your Powerstroke turbo at the same time. Make sure you pay close attention to how the turbo goes together when you’re taking it apart.

If you’re replacing the head gaskets, be sure to use stronger bolts such as our race-proven TrackTech head studs. In addition to the head gasket bolts, head gaskets can also leave imperfections on the 6.0 Powerstroke engine block. Replace those old gaskets with new Powerstroke gaskets for a better seal.

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