6.0 Ford Powerstroke Rebuild Kits

Asheville Engine, the nation’s leading Ford Powerstroke Engine builder is now selling Rebuild Kits for the do-it-yourself’ers.  We have a Stock Rebuild Kit with everything needed to rebuild your long block with a complete gasket set for installing the engine for $2,395.00 with FREE shipping!.

We sell a Mid-range Performance Kit as well as a High Performance Rebuild Kit with our own, Asheville Engine stage 2 camshaft and a balanced crankshaft which has been proven to lay down over 1,000 HP on the dyno and pull a sled over 300 feet down the pulling track.

All of the details and prices are on our web site www.AshevilleEngine.com

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Asheville Engine, Inc.

Asheville Engine is the leading independent Powerstroke engine builder in the world, powering trucks in Guatemala, Switzerland, Australia, Iceland, Denmark and other countries around the world. We are serious about our business and keep enough inventory IN STOCK to build 50 to 100 Powerstroke engines so our lead time is generally only 1 to 3 days.


  1. Shane Johnson on December 24, 2019 at 4:29 am

    Looking for some information on the kits you have

    • Asheville Engine, Inc. on December 26, 2019 at 1:56 pm

      There’s a pretty good description of each if you click on the kits but if you need more info, feel free to give us a call 828-775-0450

  2. Ben on January 11, 2020 at 4:44 pm

    Are the pistons in the extreme rebuild kit fly cut and de-lipped or just coated? Looking to rebuild my engine to handle 800whp to start and would like it to handle over 1,000 later down the road if I want more. I’m open to suggestions to what you think would be good for my build as I’ve heard very good things about your work and reputation 

    • Asheville Engine, Inc. on January 12, 2020 at 7:06 pm

      The Pistons are thermal coated but not fly cut. Our stage 2 cam is a drop in cam so there’s no need to fly cut pistons but you do need to add a high reve valve spring kit when you run a high rev tune. You should also add the Custom Age 625 head stud upgrade and the O-ringed heads with a competition valve job. We’d be happy to discuss whatever you want to discuss if you need to.
      Thanks for contacting us,

  3. Christopher Greenway on February 7, 2020 at 6:21 pm

    2004 f250 4×4 6.0 desiel rebuild kit full price

    • Asheville Engine, Inc. on February 17, 2020 at 2:05 pm

      Christopher, We have several rebuild kits available for the 6.0 for applications from a stock replacement to what you need for proven 650-1000+ horsepower. Details and prices of each are listed on our web site under “products”. Just click the “Shop Now” button.

  4. Jim on March 1, 2020 at 3:39 pm

    Hello. Need a new engine for my 06 F450 service truck. Looking to give it a little extra when you hit the pedal but don’t want to push it too far and make it non dependable. Looking for your opinion as to what upgrades to do with this engine swap, if any, or just run with a stock set up again if it’s not recommended to throw any additional power under the hood. Thank you, Jim

    • Asheville Engine, Inc. on March 2, 2020 at 2:39 pm

      Jim, The best options that I can recommend would be to buy a long block with one of our stage 2 cams and request that we bore the block .030 over when you order it. This combination will give you roughly 20% more HP over a stock engine. The other thing that I would recommend, for reliability over the long haul, would be O-ringed cylinder heads. Navistar/Ford did not put enough head bolts in a 6.0 which can cause the heads to lift under high boost, even with head studs. O-rings help to eliminate head gasket failure. When we build our O-ringed heads, we also do a competition valve job in them which increases airflow, giving you a cooler running engine and more performance.
      If you are planning to replace your turbo, for more pulling power you can have your shop add a larger turbo for more airflow and even go with a little larger injector. I heard from one of our customers who had everything mentioned who runs hot shots all over the country after his first haul. He had put 2,000 miles on his engine to break it in and then hauled a trailer with 28,000 pounds on it through the hills/mountains of KY and TN. He averaged 12 miles per gallon and didn’t lose any speed while pulling even the longest grade on his trip which was a 9 mile pull on I-75 coming in to TN from KY. He said he never pushed his truck trying to keep the speed up.Let me know if you have any more questions.
      Rob Newcomb