Due to strict emission regulations, the 6.0 liter Power Stroke was introduced to replace the 7.3 liter Power Stroke. The 6.0 proved worthy of keeping the Power Stroke legacy alive, improving on the 7.3 liter's performance and fuel economy. The 6.0 liter introduced the variable geometry turbocharger to the diesel market. Despite several recalls and a plague of problems in the early years, the majority of 6.0 liter owners are more then pleased with the engines performance, and Power Strokes still continue to outsell Dodge, Chevrolet, and GMC diesel trucks.
2003 - 2007
365 cubic inches, 6.0 liters
Single variable geometry turbocharger (VGT)
Single gear driven camshaft, 4-valves per cylinder
Direct injection, Electro Hydraulic Generation Two (G2) injection technology (HEUI injectors, 26,000 psi)/td>
325 HP @ 3,300 RPM
560 lb-ft @ 2,000 RPM (2003-2004 models) 570 lb-ft @ 2,000 RPM (Increased in for 2005)