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Yes and no, some are, and some arent. A lot of people just bulletproof them in order to keep them reliable, and then they are really fast. However if you don't bulletproof them you could have problems of a turbo going bad to a coolant blockage. Look it up on the 6.0 page.
7.3 is all around more reliable and mechanically sound, however they aren't as fast, and they have the 4R100 trans instead of the 5R110. Do some searching on this site for 7.3 vs 6.0 and you should find lots of information.
2002 CCLB F350 7.3L 4x4 Lariat. Black with 2007 Tan leather interior. Mild towing tune, K&N CAI with sleeve, MBRP 4" exhaust straight pipe.
Kettering University off road diesel enthusiast
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