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post #1 of 3 Old 07-28-2019, 12:29 PM Thread Starter
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6.0 Stand Pipe Failure

Working on a 6.0 with hot stall no start problems. Originally expected it to be an electrical issue but found no evidence of that so I started testing the HPO system via the ICP port. Determines leak was under passenger valve cover so I removed and further determined that I thought the leak was on one of the injector orings. Went to pull the oil rail and pulled the standpipe only to find that it appears the stand pipe is the issue. This is a new style stand pipe with the Teflon oring. What appears to have failed is the bottom oring on the top half, it came in apart when I removed it. Has anyone seen these new style stand pipes fail like this?
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Hmmm possibly damaged during installation?

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Did this cause any other damage. I just had motor rebuilt completely and had thump in intake. Found bent pushrod on passenger side and back stand pipe came apart like that and was hung in head. Had to use pliers to remove.
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