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Join Date: Feb 2010
Location: bayou vista
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No problem man the 6.0 had tons more get up and go if the temps are in check and has been maintained I would go for the 6.0 and immediately flush it and throw a coolant filter on it you would be surprised how much trouble can come from the coolant and casting sand this is a picture of my 7.3s first coolant filter the second one was spotless Attachment 118177
this was after a flush and about 1000 miles. The 6.0s oil cooler and egr cooler plugs up from this mess the 7.3s oil cooler is allot less forgiving. After owning 3 7.3s I am wanting a 6.0 a friend a I just bullet proofed a 04 6.0 took us about 3 days not full days a Friday evening and sat and Sunday got a kit for 1700 bucks off eBay that came with all the gaskets and studs and sct programmer made sure the heads were good first they are animals when they are done right.
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2000 f-350 4x4 extended cab, went from a flatbed work truck to what you see now, all done by me. Early 99 engine, billet low stall converter, rebuilt trans, all new uvch, new belt tensioners and idler pulley, rebuilt injectors, all new icp, idm, cps, hutch mod, k&n intake, white valve covers, wicked wheel, 5 inch exhaust, php hydra chip 15pos, 8" superlift, 20 inch black and machined rims, 2" billet spacers, 37/13.50r20 toyo open country tires, rough country dual stabilizer, 05 front end with 10k hid lights, amber led cab lights, 09 ford van bucket seats, 2010 f150 center console, b&m ratchet shifter, aero force scan gauge, b&m trans cooler used as a fuel cooler,
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