Check out our high quality 2011 + 6.7 L Powerstroke engines.
This 6.7 Powerstroke motor is backed by a 5-year / 100k mile warranty that none of our competition has been able to provide.
At Choate, we have three different build options available for the OEM Ford 6.7 Powerstroke engine. We offer The Daily Driver, The Workhorse, and the Cass-Quatch with build with the driver in mind.
The Daily Driver is the perfect engine to take you to and from work while being ready for all life’s adventures. This engine is rated for consumer towing.
The Workhorse was designed with the working man in mind. It is the perfect platform for Farmers, Ranchers, Hotshotters, and many other professions. This engine was built to support the backbone of American Industry. This engine is rated for heavy towing.
The Cass-Quatch is the engine for big-footed drivers! This engine was built for the customer, who values power over everything else. It roars to life with the turn of a key, offering you the chance to feel the power of the legendary Cass-Quatch. You can throw anything, and the Cass-Quatch will crush it.
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Ford Motor Company introduced the 6.7L Powerstroke diesel engine in 2011 as its all-new powerplant for Ford Super Duty trucks (F-250, F-350, and F-450), F-Series chassis cabs (F-350, F-450, and F-550), and Ford medium-duty trucks (F-650 and F-750). The Ford 6.7L is the fourth generation of the Powerstroke diesel engine family, but it is the first of those engines to be built in-house by Ford.
Navistar International produced previous Power Stroke diesel engines (7.3L, 6.0L, 6.4L) for Ford trucks, vans, and sports utility vehicles through a manufacturing partnership formed more than 30 years ago. Ford ended the partnership when replacing the problematic Navistar International 6.4L Power Stroke diesel engine with its 6.7L engine for the 2011 model year Ford Super Duty trucks. As a result, Ford could shed losses from warranties/recalls on the Navistar International 6.4L and 6.0L Power Stroke engines and gain a competitive edge in the growing diesel segment by designing, engineering, and manufacturing its diesel engine.
Starting with a clean sheet, Ford designed the 6.7L Power Stroke diesel engine with eight cylinders, an overhead valve (OHV), aluminum cylinder heads, cast-aluminum pistons, and a compacted graphite iron block. The new metal materials offered durability while taking weight off the overall engine (under 1,000 pounds without fluids) and contributing to better fuel efficiency.
During a decade of production, Ford continued to upgrade and refine the 6.7L diesel Power Stroke engine over three generations.
During the first generation, Ford produced more than half a million 6.7L diesel engines from 2011 to 2014. Unfortunately, mechanics report the units made during the first generation are among the least reliable by comparison. However, Ford worked out the kinks in the second and third generations.
Built from 2015 to 2019, it featured upgrades intended to improve reliability, torque, and performance. They include an exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) cooler flow, heavier crankshaft damper, fan clutch, and turbocharger updates.
It was introduced in 2020 and still is in production for 2022 model year Ford Super Duty trucks. In addition to more horsepower and torque, noteworthy improvements include a new steel piston design, revised variable geometry turbocharger, updated cylinder head design, and a new fuel injection system.
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