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Old Dog, New Tricks – Intercooler R&D, Part 2: Plans & Prototypes

Tucked between the battery and the radiator, buried beneath a tangle of coolant hoses, lies the heart of the Ford Powerstroke 6.7L charge air cooling system.  This chunk of aluminum, the air-to-water intercooler, is responsible for keeping your workhorse breathing easy.
A freshly cut, $500 intercooler. Not a bad Tuesday
A freshly cut, $500 intercooler. Not a bad Tuesday
When we looked at this project last, we outlined what makes air-to-water intercoolers different from your typical air-to-air intercooler and why they’re used in heavy-duty applications.  We also took our waterjet … Continue Reading ››

Quick Release! – Ford 7.3L Powerstroke Transmission Cooler Kit

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Sometimes there are products we can’t wait to get on the market. The sense of urgency follows positive feedback after a release or hinting at a recently started project. There’s pride in giving people what they want, what they need. When our 2003-2007 6.0L Powerstroke Transmission Cooler Kit was released, the question that kept coming was if it would fit the 7.3L. What followed was a “no, sorry.” That didn’t sit well with us. The efforts grew exponentially as more questions surfaced about fitment, and as the number of … Continue Reading ››