Category: Engine, Intake, & Exhaust

Triton V10 vs Ford Power Stroke Diesel

When selecting a full size truck from Ford, there are numerous options to choose from; many potential customers find themselves comparing the Triton V10 vs. the Ford Power Stroke Diesel, or the Ford PSD, as it is more commonly known. These two engines are both capable of powering large trucks which need to complete a [...] More »

Muffler Options For Your F-150

The muffler is an essential part of the engine and exhaust systems of any vehicle, and it’s a good idea to know the different F-150 muffler options for your Ford F-150. Because mufflers will regularly become spent and will require replacement, you’ll need to know the best way to replace the muffler, so as to [...] More »

The History of the 7.3L Diesel Powerstroke Engine

The 7.3L Diesel Power Stroke engine had been used by International for Ford Trucks since 1993. More than one million had left the factory by 1999, with number two million being built by 2002. The name Power Stroke is reserved for Ford trucks and has set a new bar among the Big Three competitors. The [...] More »

Symptoms of a Bad EGR Cooler

An EGR (Exhaust Gas Recirculation) Cooler is a heat exchanger designed to recirculate exhaust back to the engine so as to reduce NOX (Nitrous Oxide) emissions. The EGR cools the exhaust gas before it is reintroduced into the engine, thus reducing the combustion temperature and NOX. A bad EGR cooler can indicate a number of [...] More »

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