Ford Powerstroke remanufactured engines

Asheville Engine is the leading independent Navistar / Powerstroke builder of Ford Powerstroke remanufactured engines in the U.S. Many of our customers have surpassed 300,000 to 400,000 trouble free miles with their Ford Powerstroke remanufactured engines because nobody builds a better Powerstroke engine than Asheville Engine, Inc..


6.0 Powerstroke Short Blocks start at $3,495. with ARP Studded Long Blocks selling from $5,395.  Visit our web site for 7.3, 6.4 and 6.7 prices.

Every one of the Ford Powerstroke 6.0 remanufactured engines that we build gets a set of 250-4202 ARP head studs in it.  We offer a lot of great upgrades to give you better performance and longevity from your Ford Powerstroke remanufactured engine.  All prices are on our web site because we want you to have the best experience possible.  Just click on the 6.0 Powerstroke and a drop down list will pop up.  You can use that drop down list to basically build your own engine the way you want it.  From a stock replacement to a 1,000+ horsepower beast, Asheville Engine has built a reputation of building the best.

Ford Powerstroke remanufactured engines / 6.0 short block, Asheville Engine, Inc.

To learn more about Asheville Engine, just visit our web site at

Building your own?

If you are looking for a Ford Powerstroke remanufactured engine to replace your 7.3, 6.4 or 6.7 Powerstroke, we offer those,too.  We also sell a variety of 6.0 rebuild kits and 6.4 rebuild kits from a stock build to one that can handle anything for the do it yourself engine builders.  We sell Stage 2 camshafts, gasket sets, ARP head studs and EGR Delete Kits, too.  Go to our web site and click on “PRODUCTS” to see everything we offer.


Other companies may try to sell you a Ford Powerstroke remanufactured engine by offering you a better price or try to make more money off you by giving you a warranty that sounds too good to be true.  As a result, you could end up getting a substandard engine or even get shafted when you need some help.  Don’t be fooled by these sales pitches.  Anybody can build one cheaper by re-using pistons or other internal parts that you can’t see and a longer warranty can easily be denied when you need it.

Asheville Engine builds our engines with new parts and we give you an honest 12 month/ unlimited mile warranty.  The only thing better than our engines is our reputation.

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. George Eisenhart on December 14, 2019 at 3:13 am

    My 2006 King Ranch has about 175000 miles. It has been studded with ARP studs. It has had the EGR deleted. recently I experienced the engine running poorly. A local diesel Shop installed new motor craft fuel injectors. The truck ran as before very well. A few days went by and I started to lose power. The local diesel shop said the turbo was bad and they installed a remanufactured one. All was good again. I have only driven the truck about 500 miles since the new fuel injectors,
    followed by the turbo replacement. I start the truck and put it in the garage for the evening. the next morning the truck wouldn’t start. I had it towed to the diesel shop. they find the low pressure oil pump is rose up. upon close inspection I find metal fragments are wedged in the pumps main vein, The diesel shop speculates that the valve lifters have failed.with this unhappy news I pull the motor out and installed a used motor T he motor I removed has had a pile of money spent on it and I didn’t want to lose that investment. This brings me to you for a solution.could I have you go thru my motor and freshen it up. I just don’t think the local diesel shop has enough experience to go thru the motor and honestly expect it to run thousands of trouble free miles. Your reputation and experience with the 6.0 power stroke engine gives me confidence. I need from you a turnaround time and a price. Thanks George Eisenhart

    • Asheville Engine, Inc. on December 14, 2019 at 5:56 pm

      George, thanks for contacting us. Your engine failure is a pretty common failure in the 6.0 Powerstrokes and one that a competent diesel shop should have been able to easily diagnose without throwing new parts at it. Because of the failure and the mileage, your engine needs more than a “freshening up.” You need a re manufactured long block. Go to our web site, Click on the 6.0 and you’ll get a drop down list with boxes to check. A basic studded long block is $4,995.00 and we have a list of available upgrades with descriptions and prices in the drop down list. You can check what you want, the web site will total the price and you can actually add it to your cart and pay online as long as you know what you want. If you have questions, please feel free to give us a call on Monday.

  2. William K Thomason on December 15, 2021 at 12:47 am

    I noticed on your website after core charge in ( it says any damage to motor or parts will be deducted from core what do y’all consider damaged I would not be replacing my motor if it was okay I have a head gasket leaking water in the back of a 6.0 I’m pretty sure that the head would War I bought the car used I thought it was egr leaking I was wrong now I need to replace with studded heads 220000 mile motor also need to replace low pressure oil pump and housing did not say on website

  3. Asheville Engine, Inc. on December 15, 2021 at 2:53 pm

    William, Many smaller engine builders with competitive pricing make a habit out of surprising their customers by keeping their entire core deposit it the engine block or a head isn’t usable. In order to keep our prices as low as we do, we need to be able to start with a good core with all of the major components (block, crank, cam and cylinder heads) in build-able condition. When a core comes in with bad parts, we have to buy those parts from a salvage yard or core supplier. As an example, rather than keep your whole core charge because one head was bad like many places do, we would deduct $300. if a head was cracked and unusable.
    About 70% of our customers receive a full refund of their core deposit and only about 1 or 2 customers out of 100 have a core that is so bad thart we simply have to replace the entire thing. In any event, customers always get back at least $300.00 because part of our core charge covers returning the shipping crate that we sent the engine in. We have had about 80 people in the past 3 years who did not receive anything because they never sent their core engine back, even though we set up the shipping and pay for the core return. I hope this helps clarify it for you.