Remanufactured/rebuilt engines, engine parts/rebuild kits and informational articles about car care.
The "Technical Bulletins" section contain articles regarding reported problems with specific engines.
The 7.3 L (444 CID) Power Stroke was replaced by the 6.0 L (365 CID) midway through the 2003 model year.
The 6.0L Power Stroke was used in Ford Super Duty trucks until the 2008 model year but lasted until 2009 in Ford Econoline vans (Model year 2010). The engine has a 3.74 in (95 mm) bore and 4.13 in (105 mm) stroke creating a displacement of 365 cu in (6.0 L) or 5954 cc. It utilizes a variable geometry turbocharger and intercooler, producing 325 hp (242 kW) and 570 lb·ft (773 N·m) with an 18:1 compression ratio, with fuel cutoff at 4200 rpm, but having a redline of 4500 rpm only attainable with aftermarket performance programming.
Some of the 6.0 L Power Stroke engines have proven to be problematic, and speculated to have cost Ford millions of dollars in warranty repairs and buy backs. They led to many recalls and the repurchase of at least 500 trucks, particularly in the first year. However, aftermarket parts (e. g. redesigned EGR coolers) exist to address these issues and, with them installed, the 6.0L engine's reliability improves greatly.... Continue reading
The Generation III, Chevy 5.3L engine is right here at Roadmaster.
Roadmaster Engine World sells these Generation III 1999-2007 for only $2495 exchange. A wide range of Chevy 5.3L engine parts are also available to buy online with just a click of the button.
Call us at 800-447-9899 with any questions and requests you have.
For only $2478 exchange, Roadmaster can supply you with the Ford 4.0L SOHC long block engine.
The front cover and oil pan are installed on this Ford 4.0L rebuilt engine. Warranty is 3 years/100,000 miles.
Contact us at 800-447-9899 with your requests.
The GM 3800 Series II engine, introduced in 1995, is quite a different engine from its predecessor, the Series I engine. While the stroke for the 3.8L engine remained at 3.4" (86 mm), and the bore remained at 3.8" (97 mm), the engine architecture changed dramatically. The 3800 was completely updated in '95 when it became the Series II motor that was lower, lighter, smoother and more powerful than any of its earlier variations. Amazingly, it's been installed in more than 6 million vehicles since 1995.
You can rest assured that Roadmaster Engine can supply you with the GM 3.8L rebuilt replacement engine to meet your needs.
You can also purchase online a wide selection of the GM 3.8L engine parts for this engine.... Continue reading