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Parts needed for....... Stand pipe upgrades & STC fitting upgrades?

I believe my truck is suffering from a failed o-ring around the stock standpipes.

Aside from the redesigned pipes and plugs, what specific gaskets or extras will I need? I want to order everything and have it waiting so I can tackle the project this coming weekend.

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aside from the part numbers which I'm sure someone else will provide a couple tools make the job a little easier

First one is a stubby 12mm gear wrench for the valve cover bolts under the evaporator box. the next one is a Lisle T30 socket for the high pressure rail bolts under the evaporator box. The old stand pipe plugs and dummy plugs are 10mm hex. The new ones are 12mm hex, you will need both sockets for those.

all the rest should come off pretty easily. the heat shield on the back of the HPOP cover has two 8mm bolts that are tricky to get to, an 8mm ratchet wrench is good for these and the 2 hpop cover bolts under the EGR cooler. I always like to take out(or loosen if possible) two of the y-pipe to manifold bolts, one on each side so you can physically push the entire pipe assembly back in order to get the pump cover off easier.

Also the HPOP bolts are T45 so have one of those too

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Kit for dummy plugs and stand pipes (late 04-07):
6E7Z-9A332-B

Includes:
two updated dummy rail plugs
two upated standpipes
one crankcase vent o-ring and
high pressure oil gallery plug


STC Kit (05 and up ONLY)
4C3Z-9B246-F

The Ford 6.0 STC HPOP Fitting Update Kit 4C3Z-9B246-F contains:

* 1 Support Bracket
* 1 Hydraulic Pump Seal Kit
* 1 Branch Tube Adapter - Male
* 1 HPOP Adapter Fitting - Female
* 2 M6 X 35 mm Branch Tube Bolts
* 2 M8 X 60 mm Pump Bolts
* 1 M8 X 45 mm Pump Bolt

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does the HPOP connector kit come with turbo hardware? I can't remember..... If not you should get one of those kits too

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Im in the process of doing the same repairs. Only thing is that when i changed out an injector a few months ago, i kinda stripped 2 of the T-30 torx bolts holding the oil rail down. 2 questions. First how do i get the off if the are stripped and second, what is the part# of the bolts so i can replace them? Sorry if i hi-jacked the thread and thanks in advance for any info.
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W301383 are the rail bolts

some kind of bolt extractor should be able to grip the round head of the rail bolts

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