SPE 6.7L POWERSTROKE LOW TEMP, HIGH FLOW THERMOSTAT
Making your truck cool is all in the details and now there’s finally a simple engineered solution for those high fluid temps on your 6.7L Powerstroke that actually works!
Are you seeing uncomfortably high oil temperatures during normal driving or towing? Does your 2017+ Powerstroke seem to have high transmission temperatures?There’s finally an engineered solution for those high fluid temps on your 6.7L Powerstroke!
After extensive testing and consideration of the 6.7L Powerstroke application SPE has engineered a thermostat to combat high fluid temperatures.
The OEM thermostat opens at 194/201°F whereas the SPE Low Temp, High Flow Thermostat opens at 175/180°F. That’s a significant decrease in temps as it’s a 19-21 degree difference!
The solutions currently available on the market for controlling your coolant, oil, & transmission temperatures* (17+ only) are not cost effective or actual solutions to a simple problem.
- 15 minute installation
- Opens at 175/180°F— a 19-21 degree difference
- Up to 30°F temp drops
- Lowers coolant temp
- Lowers oil temp
- Lowers transmission temp on 17+ models
ENGINE OIL TEMPERATURES UNDER DIFFERENT DRIVING CONDITIONS
|OEM Thermostat Temp
|200-210 °F||220-235 °F||240-260 °F|
|SPE Thermostat Temp
|180-188 °F||190-210 °F||215-235 °F|
This chart is based on averages over a range of data. Results may vary.
- 2011-2021 Ford SuperDuty F-250/F-350/F-450/F-550 6.7L Powerstroke
*2017+ Powerstrokes use the primary cooling system to cool the transmission unlike the 2011-2016 which uses the secondary cooling system.
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