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PurePower New Turbocharger - Ford 6.4L 2008-2010 - High & Low Side Assembly | 8673-PP

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UPC:
613111197547
Condition:
New
Availability:
In-Stock
  • 8673-PP_ANG
  • 8673-PP_BAC
  • TUR0264373N_LEF
  • TUR0264373N_RIT
  • TUR0264373N_SID
Sale Price: $2,695.95

Description

Ford 6.4L Low and High Side Turbocharger Assembly - TUR0264373N

  • New Turbocharger by Pure Power Technologies
  • Gasket Kit Included
  • 100% Manufactured in USA
  • Fully Tested, Ready to Install

Note: Turbocharger Assembly is bolted together as one unit, due to the size and weight we can only ship through ground delivery service.

Why Pure Power Turbochargers? Testing like no other!!
  • Unique 100% end-of-line Testing
  • Hot Gas stand Testing
  • Heavy Duty dyno Testing
  • NVH analysis
  • Burst Testing
  • Quality certified TS16949 facility
More reason Why Pure Power? Technical Advantages!!
  • Automated two-plane balance exceeds OE standards
  • 100% oil slinger, journal and thrust bearing replacement
  • 100% wear component and fastener replacement
  • Bearing surface precision machined to OE certification
  • 100% VGT/VNT end-of-line testing
  • New electronic actuators and vane sensors
Ford 6.4L Engine Applications:
  • F-250 Super Duty 2008-2010
  • F-350 Super Duty 2008-2010
  • F-450 Super Duty 2008-2010
  • F-550 Super Duty 2008-2010
OE Cross-References:
  • Ford - 8C3Z-6K682-A
  • Ford - 8C3Z-6K682-AARM
  • Ford - 8C3Z-6K682-CRM
  • Motorcraft - TC16-RM
  • BorgWarner - 177100
  • BorgWarner - 176466
  • BorgWarner - 176013
Aftermarket Cross-References:
  • Bostech (old) - TUR0264101N
  • Bostech (old) - TUR0264102N
  • BWD Automotive - 287111
  • BWD Automotive - 28694
  • Cardone - 2T-220
  • Cardone - 2T-221
  • Standard Motor Products - TBC559
  • Standard Motor Products - TBC576
Common Turbocharger Issues:
  • Lack of Lubrication - Inspect all Oil Feed Lines and Hoses, Improper lubrication will cause excessive heat which damages bearings and journals
  • Oil Contamination - Change the Oil!! Contamination causes bearing failure
  • Excessive Heat - Revving the engine immediately after start up, give lubrication enough time to circulate within the Turbo before increase RPMs
  • Improper Cool Down - Always give your turbo time to cool when running at high RPMs, Immediate shut down will burn the protective oil coating within the Turbocharger causing damage on next start up.
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Warranty Information

Limited 24 Month Unlimited Mileage Warranty
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Safety Information

Prop65 Warning:
WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
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