2008-2010 6.4L Powerstroke

The 6.4L Power Stroke was introduced for the 2008 model year. Strict emissions regulations and the overall questionable reliability of the 6.0L were the primary factors that presented a need for a new clean slate engine. Quieter and cleaner than its predecessors, the 6.4L Power Stroke was the first engine introduced to the light truck market that utilized dual turbochargers from the factory. This was the first Power Stroke to use a diesel particulate filter (DPF) in order to nearly eliminate particulate emissions (soot). The new DPS and active regeneration system greatly hindered the engine’s fuel economy capability. Despite having to meet emission regulations, the new engine was able to increase horsepower and torque ratings to 350 hp (261 kW) and torque to 650 lb·ft (881 N·m) at the flywheel. Horsepower and torque are achieved at 3,000 rpm and 2,000 rpm respectively. The engine was ultimately retired after the 2010 model year, as Ford replaced the engine with its own in-house built 6.7L Power Stroke for 2011 and on.

DPF Delete

A Diesel Particulate Filter, sometimes called a DPF, is a device designed to remove diesel particulate matter or soot from the exhaust gas of a diesel engine. Wall-flow diesel particulate filters usually remove 85% or more of the soot, and can at times (heavily loaded condition) attain soot removal efficiencies of close to 100%. A diesel-powered vehicle equipped with functioning filter will emit no visible smoke from its exhaust pipe.

The DPF can hinder performance, mileage and reliability. The DPF filter installed on the latest generation of diesels reduces power by reducing exhaust flow, reduces fuel economy by using diesel to burn accumulated particulate and reduces engine life by allowing uncombusted fuel to seep into and dilute engine oil. Deleting the DPF system has become an extremely popular modification.

Key Benefits

  • Prevent oil dilution
  • Greatly improve engine longevity
  • Add over 100 horsepower and 200 lb/ft of torque
  • Fuel savings of 3-8 MPG depending on application
  • No longer need to add diesel exhaust fluid

Although these kits are extremely popular, they are considered off-road/race only and will void your original manufacturers warranty. Liability waiver must be signed in order to purchase any DPF Delete products.


EGR Delete

The 6.4L Powerstroke EGR cooler are known for failing, causing coolant loss and overheated engines. This issue has prompted many performance parts manufacturers to develop EGR delete kits which eliminate the EGR cooler, as well as eliminating operation of the EGR system.

Key Benefits

  • Increased Throttle Response
  • Quicker Turbo Spooling
  • Increased Off-Road Fuel Economy
  • Improved Reliability by completely removing EGR System

Intercooler Pipe Cold Side

The factory pipe and boot features numerous restrictive bends and does not stand a chance against the heat and pressure of your high-powered 6.4L.

Key Benefits

  • Improvements in airflow
  • Quicker turbo response
  • Increased power
  • Lowered EGTs

Cold Air Intake Systems

Proven Results: After a rigorous design and testing phase, the results are in. The Momentum HD intake system outflowed the factory intake by 21% and produces 20 additional horsepower and 35lbs. x ft. torque.