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Old 02-16-2012, 06:01 AM

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Going Under The Wrench

Well I got my new to me baby (2006 6.0 F350) trouble shot by my buddy at my local Ford dealer. I have a HPO leak somewhere. All bad since I just bought the truck, but I kept funds off to the side just for this. The reason for the check up is she cranks a little long after sitting. say less than 7 seconds. It is not bad, but it is not right. My plan is to pretty much have everything done while he is in there. My Deltas are great, but I have no idea if the oil cooler has been changed or just well maintaned so it is going to get a new oil coller and HPOP screen. I am going to buy the parts from Performance Machine. I am going to get their kit that has a delete, oil cooler and gasket packeage to do this. Along with that I am going to do the STC, blue spring, turbo feed and supply update, coolant filter, new thermostate and coolant, and dummy plugs and stand pipes. I have 99% of my part numbers and my guy looked them over and so did Dan @ PM. Here is what I have and what I am looking for is the part number for the bolts that bolt the up pipes to the drivers and passengerside exhaust manifolds. There are two bolts on each side. The bigger reason I am doing the parts research and not my buddy is he is going to do the work on the side I am just trying to help. Also something I just thought about does anybody know if all the related o rings/ gaskets for the updated turbo supply are part of the part number listed below?

4c3z-9b246-f - STC fitting
3c3z-9t517-ag - FPR (Blue Spring)
3c3z-9t516-a - Turbo supply
6c3z-9t515-a - Turbo return
3c3z-9t514-ag - Turbo install kit
6e7z-9a332-b - Dummy plug, stand pipe kit
?????????????? - Up pipe bolts

Thanks guys!

Last edited by KISS99; 02-16-2012 at 06:09 AM.
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Old 10-29-2012, 02:46 PM

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Long Over Due Update

All of the work listed above is done. There were some issues. O rings in dummy plugs were going away, STC was leaking, and the screen under the oil cooler had a tear in it. The instal went great and my guy said it was about one of the cleanist 6.0's he has had open. The EGR cooler was in great shape, the FICM was dated in 08, and turbo was very clean. Just before he did the work I put on a 4" turbo back exhaust and deleted the cat and muffler with it. The truck starts like new, and probably picked up 2 to 3 MPG.

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Old 10-29-2012, 03:04 PM
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Good stuff!!!

Glad you are happy with it. I just did a full teardown of my truck and got it running a couple weeks ago... It is a nice feeling
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Old 10-30-2012, 03:56 AM
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X2^^ always a great feeling when you just get done with her and all goes well.
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