Before purchasing please verify the year model engine is compatible with your truck. 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.
6.7L 2017 Powerstroke Full Running Workhorse Ford Diesel Crate Engine Cab and Chassis
CHOATE Engineering Performance Crate Engine Features :
Upgrades over the Daily Driver include but are not limited to:
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 as well as 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.
Our 6.7’s see on average 5lbs more oil pressure at startup than others.
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