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6.7L 2017-2019 Powerstroke Long Block Workhorse Ford Diesel Crate Engine

SKU: CEP67PLW1719
UPC : 659657070760

$15,500.00$17,000.00

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CHOATE 6.7L Long Block Workhorse Powerstroke Engine 6.7L Long Block Workhorse Powerstroke Engine 2011-2016 – Powerstroke Ford Diesel Engine Manufacturer: CHOATE Engineering Performance

CHOATE Part Number: CEP67PLW1116
6.7L Long Block Workhorse – Powerstroke Ford Diesel Engine Includes:
Before purchasing please verify the year model is compatible with your truck.
2011-2012 ;6.7 Powerstrokes Came stock from Ford with a 8-bolt flexplate and torque converter that are no longer manufactured. All 6.7 Powerstroke balanced assemblies from Choate Engineering come with the updated 6-bolt flexplate from 2013+ and require the customer to update the torque converter or purchase one from us directly.
2017+ ;6.7 Powerstrokes have a larger hole diameter  for the motor mounts and bolts.

Equipment List

  • O-Ring Heads (*See Video Below)
  • Chromoly Pushrods
  • Stage 2 Camshaft (*See Video Below)
  • Choate Engineering Billet Flex plate (*See Video Below)
  • Our Built-In-House Heads -Magnuflux and pressure tested
  • New Valves
  • Induction hardened seats
  • All New Valve Guides
  • Install new valve seals
  • Qualify spring tension
  • New Freeze plugs
  • Head Studs included in our Workhorse builds
  • Head Gaskets
  • Coated and valve relief pistons (*See Video Below)
  • HX Bearings  (*See Video Below)

Machining Processes

Full CNC blue print machining, (bore, deck, hone and line honed) – The Cylinder bores are blue print bored to a true 90 degrees from the crankshaft center line, prior to being diamond honed to within .0002 inch for precise piston to cylinder bore clearances.

We main bore and line hone the crankshaft which is honed to precisely align the crankshaft in the engine block. We bore the block back to the crankshaft center line and hone the block to RA13 finish. The piston diameter measured to the nearest .0001 inch matched to cylinder bores.

The Cylinder block is surfaced to a finish of RA30 or lower, which meets the factory specification in both flatness and smoothness for the block to head sealing surface. This is mandatory for proper sealing of a MLS Gasket.

– Connecting Rods, New Damper and Flexplate for Automatic transmission. All Manual will be charged the appropriate charges and will be balanced to a stock flywheel we have in stock or you will need to send in your Aftermarket in first.

  • New upgraded Pistons .10- .30 inch over – New pistons, rings, Pin retainers weight matched prior to crank balancing
  • New OE Lifters, Lifter Guides, OE Crank Flange Bolts, updated 9.800 OE Pushrods
  • Crankshaft – Balanced with the Rotational assembly checked for run-out inspected for fatigue. Crankshaft is Polished and ground to .0005 concentricity or less
  • Camshaft- Polished and Inspected
  • New Rod, Main, and Cam Bearings
  • New Push Rods
  • Install Rear Main Seal
  • Install New Rear Cover Gasket
  • Install Upper and Lower Oil Pan Gaskets
  • Install Pickup Tube O-ring
  • Rear Cover Installed

CHOATE Engineering Performance Crate Engine Features:

  • 600 HP rate. Designed with the working man in mind. The perfect platform for those who do heavy hauling regularly.

 

Educate yourself with the video section below explaining the Workhorse build list!

Upgrades over the Workhorse include:

O-Ringed Heads

 Billet Flex Plate

  • Coated and Valve relief pistons

                                                                 What is the importance of the coating and machining we do for the Workhorse?

 Stage 2 Camshaft

  • Stage 2 Camshaft (Watch the video below for full detail on Choate camshaft designs!)

  • Chromoly Pushrods
  • Welded Crank Gear
  • Balanced and Matched Rotational Assemblies

Watch this video and see the importance of balancing!

HX Bearings

Common Issues With The Ford Powerstroke 6.7L (and how we fix them)

  • Main and Rod Bearing Clearance Issues- IE , spun bearings.
  • Our fix includes machining for the correct clearances, consequently this increases reliability and allows for use of heavier weight oil.
  • Upgraded bearings designed to handle higher levels of stress.
  • Valve Failures- OEM Exhaust Valves separate causing at the least, lost compression, at the worst, piston to valve contact causing catastrophic failure.
  • We do not modify the existing valves as most do, we use an all new valve with better materials that do not have this high-heat separation issue.
  • Crank Gear Spinning- Standard on all our 6.7L builds is a welded crank gear.
  • From Ford this gear is prone to spinning, throwing off timing, and bending all 32 pushrods.
  • TIG welding the gear in place eliminates this issue.
  • Cam Tunnel Misalignment- The issue here comes with the aftermarket fix which is to use larger clearance bearings.
  • This in turn causes low oil pressure. We do not use larger clearance bearings, we use our own proprietary bearings which allow for perfect alignment.
  • OEM engines suffer from oil supply issues, however our 6.7’s see on average 5 lbs more oil pressure at startup than others due to machining processes.

Optional Parts are not installed. Optional parts are covered under the manufacturer’s warranty and not by CHOATE.

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