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Old 08-19-2014, 08:07 AM
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Mishimoto Releases 6.0L Powerstroke Low/High Temperature Thermostats!

Hey guys,

Check out our newly released low and high temperature thermostats for the Ford 6.0L Powerstroke!



Ford 6.0L Powerstroke Low-Temperature Thermostat, 2003-2007

Product Specs
  • Direct fit for the 20032007 Ford 6.0L Powerstroke
  • Lower activation temperature allows coolant to flow through the engine earlier, maintaining lower temperatures (Mishimoto thermostat activates at 185F vs. factory 192F)
  • Ideal for vehicles in warm climates or under extreme towing/driving conditions
  • Mishimoto Lifetime Warranty

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Ford 6.0L Powerstroke High-Temperature Thermostat, 2003-2007

Product Specs
  • Direct fit for the 20032007 Ford 6.0L Powerstroke
  • Higher activation temperature restricts coolant flow for a longer time, resulting in quicker engine warm-up (Mishimoto thermostat activates at 200F vs. factory 192F)
  • Ideal for use in cold climates
  • Mishimoto Lifetime Warranty

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Old 08-19-2014, 08:11 PM
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In the event of failure do they fail in the open position? It's awesome companies are still developing and innovating for these old beasts.
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hmmmmmm looks like a must do Batman.......
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The 200* is what I am considering my ect never gets past 190 and is steady at 182-186 I changed t stat with OEM one back in Feb I live in upstate NY if I get the 200* t stat will that be too high for the climate I live in?
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Old 08-26-2014, 03:19 AM
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My biggest argument with changing the t-stat temps is that you changing how it was designed to operate. No if you live in the south or do a lot of towing in warmer climates it would be worth it using a colder unit. On the same note, if you live way up north were its cold most of the time, a hotter one would be nice. But for the rest of us, it just seams like an unnessicary thing to do.

However I do agree that it's nice to see companies still doing R&D for our engines.
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I might just have to be the guy to try out the 200 stat this winter I hear were supposed to get hammered like last year in upstate NY
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We know what the pros are but what are the cons to this, I live in Louisiana, the summers are HOT and the winters are cold, just no snow. I dont want something I have to swap out every year
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I live in Louisiana, the summers are HOT and the winters are cold, just no snow.
That will make someone in Canada spit cofffee all over there ccomputer for sure!
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That will make someone in Canada spit cofffee all over there ccomputer for sure!
I live in Maine and was drinking my coffee when I read that...still trying to clean the coffee out of my keyboard...:-o.

Trying to start a diesel on a -15 to -20 degree is a cold day.

Having fun obviously.
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