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Hi,

I am quite new to the realm of powerstroke engines. I am thinking of purchasing a 2006 van that the owner says was bullet proofed. He has supplied the invoice, and it appears that it was a complete job. I would love to have the experts take a look and confirm that it is indeed a proper bullet proofing job. Attached is the invoice. Any advice or comments very welcomed. Thanks!
 

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Invoice could mean squat. Doesnt mean it was done to the van you are buying.

You're going to have to inspect the van in person.
 

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I understand about inspecting, but lets assume for sake of argument that this work was done. Is it a normal “bullet proofing” to improve the engine , or repairs to a catastrophic failure?
 

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I can barely make out r&r cylinder heads, egr delete and stud kit, so I'd say yes, its bulletproofed
 
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