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hey guys i was on pure diesel power website and came across this oil cooler delte kit and i was wondering if that is something that needs to be looked into and considered on the 6.0. And just after christmas on the 27th i am haveing a FCDP egr delete kit installed and if this is something that needs to be considered then i would think it would be easier to go ahead and do while the FCDP egr delete kit is being installed.

Any information you guys have on one of these please let me know

03-07 Ford 6.0L Powerstroke Diesel Oil Cooler
 

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I think thats just a cooler...I am not sure though.

I have seen an actuall delete kit but it was like 1800$ from bullit proof or whoever they are.
 

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well i just checked out the bullet proof one its $1900 but its a oil cooler kit and not a oil cooler delete kit like the one i have found is suppose to be i also have a email into the pure diesel power guys to see what they can tell me about it since it is a product on thier web site they should be able to tell me everything about it, but i do want your guys info on it to on what you guys think and suggest
 

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Oil Cooler is important. They usually tend to fail from running them without coolant going through them or when there is a blockage in the system.

Oil to Water > Air To liquid.
 

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I have installed remote oil coolers with remote filters that work great works great. They are commonly used on trucks that have compound turbos, makes piping easier. I have had a truck on the dyno with one installed and after 5 runs the oil temp was 180 degrees.









I do not have any pictures of the under side of the plate, the cooler mount, or the remote filter.
 

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your right too its not really an oil cooler delete.....its a crappy oil cooler delete.

Would really suck if a guy hit a deer with that and drained all his oil on the ground.
 

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how did you know that?
Cause its got a universal drivers side valve cover on it. Econolines have the oil fill in the drivers side valve cover. If its in an F-Series then its a remanufactured engine since they don't know what vehicle it will be going in.

Things you look for in used vehicles.
 

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I notice in your picture a reman'd engine. What happend to the first one.
The engine that came out of the truck was used in another truck. The "reman" engine that u are seeing was a built engine. At the time that engine was suppose to get dual hpops and figured if we needed to run lines into the valve cover and tap the rail with that would be a good spot.
 

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The engine that came out of the truck was used in another truck. The "reman" engine that u are seeing was a built engine. At the time that engine was suppose to get dual hpops and figured if we needed to run lines into the valve cover and tap the rail with that would be a good spot.
Tim's got a second passenger side valve cover on the ranger. Get the icp gasket and remove the plug from the rail. It was quick and easy for him.
 
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