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A banjo bolt is a bolt with a hole in the center/sides that allows fluid to pass through it. The 6.0 and 6.4 both use banjo bolts to connect the fuel lines to the heads. The 6.4 uses banjo bolts with larger holes, allowing a larger volume of fuel to enter the heads with less restriction. As such, the 6.4 banjo bolts are commonly used on 6.0 engines as an upgrade to the stock components. While they don't increase power, they reduce the risk of running the injectors dry during periods of higher fuel demand.
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