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6.0 explained

anyone know where I can find a link that details the design and operation of the 6.0 engine system? I'm interested in the whole engine but but would like to start maybe with the fuel delivery and injection system
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6.0L Bible Table of Contents

2005+
http://dan.prxy.org/Truck/6L_bible_h...pdate_TOC.html


it's a web page that details all of the engine systems
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6.0L Bible Table of Contents

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http://dan.prxy.org/Truck/6L_bible_h...pdate_TOC.html


it's a web page that details all of the engine systems
thanks. i knew it had to be somewhere
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after tearing my motor down completely and rebuilding it a few weeks ago i have a whole new respect for it. the bottom is bullet proof from the factory, and now with the studs in i can honestly say it's the "strongest" motor i've ever run. i believe my limiting factor now would be the rods which i'm hoping will survive the 600-625hp range since i don't see me making any more than that for quite a while.
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after tearing my motor down completely and rebuilding it a few weeks ago i have a whole new respect for it. the bottom is bullet proof from the factory, and now with the studs in i can honestly say it's the "strongest" motor i've ever run. i believe my limiting factor now would be the rods which i'm hoping will survive the 600-625hp range since i don't see me making any more than that for quite a while.
Thats kinda the impression i got when studying up on all three, dmax, cummins, psd, a year ago. Talkin to elmo and he has had little problems with the engine cept for rods but he blows everything else up. Makes me wonder what guys are doing to blow these things. I would pm elmo about the rod thing surviving 600-025 first. Better to be safe than sorry. I've been thinking of buying a core just to tear down and go through for fun
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