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Old 05-07-2014, 12:34 AM

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HUGE 6.4L build project complete

First I want to say THANKS to Morgan Primm of Midwest Diesel & Auto who I probably got 75% of all my parts from. His before and after support is the best I have ever come across. Thanks Morgan.

This is a 6.4L build that has been going on at Dynamic Diesel in Snohomish, WA. Just fired up a few days ago. We're calling it Project Street Sleeper and Diesel World will be doing a write up on it in the next few months. I'll share the build list and then some pics. Power wise I will say that Morgan was able to make 811 RWHP with a similar setup truck using the turbos I have. That truck didn't have fully ported heads, Stage 3 intake manifold, Stage 1 cam, or water/meth. We do. We're hoping to dyno May 24th and we aren't sure what it's going to make. We're guessing until we dyno but figure it'll be around the 900 RWHP mark give or take. It's just a guess though.

2009 Ford F-250 6.4L Powerstroke Diesel FX4 Crew cab
4x4 3.73 gears 35" BF Goodrich All Terrains
Engine has been professionally machined & race balanced by Action Machine Shop “Shoreline, WA”
BDS Suspension 546H 4" Lift Kit
ProComp Traction/ Latter Bars
Amsoil lubricants in everything
Amsoil Remote Oil Bypass Unit
Bullet Proof Diesel Oil Cooler System
Sinister Coolant Filter
ARP Head Studs
ATI Harmonic Balancer
River City Diesel Billet 11 blade 59mm High Pressure Turbo
River City Diesel 75mm Atmosphere Turbo
River City Diesel Exhaust Manifolds
River City Diesel Aluminum Oil Pan
Colt Cams Stage 1 Camshaft 4000 RPM .405" lift 182/196 duration
New 6.4L stock heads that have had bronze valve guides & High Rev/ High Pressure valve springs installed. Porting done by Action Machine Shop “Shoreline, WA”. Stock CFM air flow was 168 CFM. After porting we are at 200 CFM through the heads. OEM head gaskets used.
Midwest Diesel HD 0.030” over pistons, De-lipped with valve reliefs and ceramic coated
Total Seal Zero Gap Piston Rings “Middle ring only. Top and bottom rings are stock to prevent pressure building up between the Total Seal rings.”
Midwest Diesel Dual Fueler twin K-16 fuel pump kit
Midwest Diesel 30% over fuel injectors
Midwest Diesel stage 2 pushrods
Midwest Diesel stage 3 ported intake manifold
R&R Racing Billet Steel Connecting Rods w/ ARP rod bolts
Fass Titanium 150 GPH Lift Pump
Stage 2 Ported Fuel Rails
Maryland Diesel Crankcase Evac System
ATS Stage Five 5R110 transmission with billet input shaft, billet intermediate shaft, billet overdrive planet, modified pump, valve body and Raybestos clutch packs
ATS Five Star Torque Converter
ATS Billet Flex Plate
ATS High Capacity Trans Pan
Gear Head Custom tunes
MBRP 4” exhaust with Street Diesel Performance 4” downpipe, DPF Delete no cat
Banks Techni Intercooler
No-Limit Fabrication Air Intake
No-Limit Fabrication hot side pipe kit
No-Limit Fabrication cold side pipe kit
BD Turbo guard Blow Off valve
Street Diesel Performance EGR delete w/ External Waste Gate & EGR coolers removed
Snow Performance Water/ Methanol injection
DieselSite Complete 6.4L Boot Set
Turbo Blankets

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Old 05-07-2014, 02:57 AM
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Whoah! Id yank the tongue off my trailer with that
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Old 05-07-2014, 05:25 AM
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I just peed in my pants a little, that thing is nasty. WOW
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Old 05-07-2014, 05:28 AM
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Subscribed! Wish I had that kind of $$ to throw at my rig...

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Old 05-07-2014, 06:19 AM
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sub'd..... Pretty sick.
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Old 05-07-2014, 07:35 AM
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Nice Build...

You maybe letting people come watch the dyno???
My shop is in Duvall and I usally recomend Dynamic for all the big stuff I cant do. I live in Monroe and would love to see that thing spin the rollers. Also whos Dyno do you think you'll use?
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Old 05-07-2014, 07:43 AM
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I would be willing to make the drive from Spokane to see that thing live!

You guys should bring it over to the east side in September for the Alligator Diesel Hunting to horsepower Event

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Old 05-07-2014, 09:19 AM
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Subscribed.....My truck is now viewed as a piece of sh!t. Wow, what a beautiful engine and that parts list looks like mine would be when I hit the lotto, or leave my wife...LOL. Congrats on a killer build. Keep us informed on those dyno numbers too
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Saw this on PSN too. Awesome build!

As I said over there, I will be surprised if those stock modded chargers can make 900 on fuel. I've never seen a set do it. That doesn't mean it can't be done though and I would love to see it happen. Hope to see some videos of this truck in action soon!
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Old 05-07-2014, 01:38 PM

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No 6.4L a POS. Come on. Your to hard on yourself. I spent way more than I should have on this build. I didn't set out to do this but it kinda turned into what it is. I wanted it as strong as possible. Hopefully we achieved that but damn it cost a bunch.

I'd love anyone who wanted to see it on the dyno come out to BD Dyno Days on May 24th. We will be in Spokane, WA at the drag strip there for the Diesel drags on Aug 2nd to see what she'll do in the quarter. Hoping for anything in the 11s. That could be a dream too but hoping.
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