2023 HO 6.7 500HP 1200FTLB

How many have seen the specs on the new HO 6.7L powerstroke?

As the title says, 500hp and 1200ftlb.

Crazy numbers. They made changes to the engine to handle and make the new power.
 

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This was after 30 miles of 40-60mph driving at ~40°F ambient temp.
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Very interesting. Does the engine oil come out looking like it's all used up? Do you get a oil analysis done?
I have not, it's only on its 2nd oil change, I was debating whether or not to. It has 3,500 miles currently, added about a quart, and it's very black. Who else does them other than Blackstone or Polaris?

I'm still torn as to whether or not to put a DPK and a CCV Bypass. I want to, but I don't want to have to worry about warranty BS.

But at the same time, waiting on the entire fuel system parts plus labor could be worse. Damned if I do, damned if I don't.

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I have not, it's only on its 2nd oil change, I was debating whether or not to. It has 3,500 miles currently, added about a quart, and it's very black. Who else does them other than Blackstone or Polaris?

I'm still torn as to whether or not to put a DPK and a CCV Bypass. I want to, but I don't want to have to worry about warranty BS.

But at the same time, waiting on the entire fuel system parts plus labor could be worse. Damned if I do, damned if I don't.

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Okay, Gotcha. These emissions laden engines make oil black quick. Have you thought about also doing a oil Bypass filtration system to help clean the soot out of the oil?

Blackstone is the only one I know of.

I here you about not wanting to mess with the warranty. But, in order for them to say they will not cover something under warranty they have to prove what you added caused the problem. That's my understanding. But I could also be wrong.

If you do do a DPK, SPE makes a nice one. There's is 100% bolt on. Plus it has a built in filter to keep debris from entering the return side incase of a pump failure. Also, you can monitor the health of the CP4.2 by the filter since it catches the debris coming out of the pump.

A CCV Bypass or just a filtering setup would be nice. Keep as much junk out of the engine as possible. 👍

Another that would not hurt is a better fuel filtration setup. One that takes all the air and water out of the fuel. This is key to a healthy CP4.2. Also proper priming of the fuel system after a filter change.
 

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Okay, Gotcha. These emissions laden engines make oil black quick. Have you thought about also doing a oil Bypass filtration system to help clean the soot out of the oil?

Blackstone is the only one I know of.

I here you about not wanting to mess with the warranty. But, in order for them to say they will not cover something under warranty they have to prove what you added caused the problem. That's my understanding. But I could also be wrong.

If you do do a DPK, SPE makes a nice one. There's is 100% bolt on. Plus it has a built in filter to keep debris from entering the return side incase of a pump failure. Also, you can monitor the health of the CP4.2 by the filter since it catches the debris coming out of the pump.

A CCV Bypass or just a filtering setup would be nice. Keep as much junk out of the engine as possible.

Another that would not hurt is a better fuel filtration setup. One that takes all the air and water out of the fuel. This is key to a healthy CP4.2. Also proper priming of the fuel system after a filter change.
I like the S&S DPK better, I'm not a fan of the plastic filters. But it requires a cut line which I'm not a fan of. I like SPEs CCV setup.

My big worry is in the event something big does go, so they gotta do us play fuck-fuck... "your aftermarket filter created too much pressure on the CP4.." or "your oil bypass caused a restriction that caused a spun bearing" is all they need to say and now I need a lawyer. I might win in the long run but it's a risk, and not a small one.

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I like the S&S DPK better, I'm not a fan of the plastic filters. But it requires a cut line which I'm not a fan of. I like SPEs CCV setup.

My big worry is in the event something big does go, so they gotta do us play fuck-fuck... "your aftermarket filter created too much pressure on the CP4.." or "your oil bypass caused a restriction that caused a spun bearing" is all they need to say and now I need a lawyer. I might win in the long run but it's a risk, and not a small one.

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Okay, The SDP DPK has a reusable metal filter and requires no cut lines. The S&S with the spin off filter would be nice.

By a kit that is 100% reversible. That way you could always swap back to all stock parts before getting warranty work done. But that to is a hassle. Plus, if your on the side of the road that's hard to do.

I understand your fear of what they will say. As you said, there's risks either way.
 

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I understand what you are saying. In reality in does not need filtered just something to catch the chunks if it goes bad. But on could argue that there will be more than just chunks, there will also be fines. They would not be wrong.

I agree, the filter is a better idea and design than the screen.
 
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ToMan, What is your bitch with the gauge Numbers’s? 187 is what they want right away.
Now if you got your head cracked on that H.O package well, Son….
 

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