Part Type: Remanufactured Engine Assembly (Factory Spec)
This remanufactured FORD 6.0L Diesel engine includes the following enhancements from Fraser Engines:
- Bore and hone all cylinders to OEM clearances (We check all clearances within .0001 of inch),
- Decking cylinder head(s) and block for straightness,
- Cutting valve seats and valves to proper degree,
- Line boring/honing crankshaft/camshaft tunnels,
- Ground & polish crankshaft, new or remanufactured camshaft(s),
- New main bearings, rod bearings, pistons, piston rings, lifters, pushrods (if equipped), timing components, oil pump, head bolts,
- All new internal gaskets and seals.
- All finishing gaskets are included (MAY VARY PER APPLICATION).
FORD 6.0L Diesel Engines
The FORD 6.0L Diesel engine 2003-2006 is a V8 engine designed specifically for Ford Motor Company's Super Duty trucks.
The base engine consists of:
An iron engine block and aluminum cylinder heads
Single Overhead Camshaft (SOHC)
The engine specifications include:
- A displacement of 365 cubic inches (6,006 cubic centimeters)
- 3.74 in x 4.13 in (95 mm x 105 mm) cylinder bore and piston stroke
- 18.0:1 compression ratio
- 325 horsepower (242 kW) at 3,300 rpm
- 570 lb-ft (773 Nm) of torque at 2,000 rpm
Ford's 6.0L Diesel engine was introduced in 2003 and was available in their Super Duty line of trucks. The engine was designed to be more fuel-efficient and more powerful than its predecessor, the 7.3L Powerstroke. The 6.0L Diesel engine features a host of advanced technologies, including a high-pressure oil system, variable-geometry turbocharger, and an exhaust gas recirculation system.
The 6.0L Diesel engine was used in various Ford applications, including the F-250, F-350, F-450, and F-550 Super Duty trucks. It was also used in the Excursion SUV and the E-Series vans. Despite its advanced technologies, the 6.0L Diesel engine was not without its issues, and many owners experienced problems with the engine's reliability and durability. Ford made several revisions to the engine over its production run in an attempt to address these issues.