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By Asheville Engine, Inc. / November 1, 2019 /

Asheville Engine is proud to say that Henry Crawn from Motion Automotive in Aiken, SC chooses Asheville Engine as his Ford Powerstroke engine supplier. As a result of his experience in dealing with us, Henry installed an Asheville Engine 6.0 Powerstroke with our stage 2 camshaft in this truck. During the race season, you can…

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Powerstroke 6.0 Head Gaskets – Ford OEM vs Victor Reinz Black Diamond

By Asheville Engine, Inc. / December 26, 2018 /

There has been quite a bit of debate about head gaskets for the 6.0 Powerstroke. “Which is the best?” The only difference between Ford OEM head gaskets and Victor Reinz Black Diamond head gaskets is the color of the adhesive. We have actually received OEM Ford head gaskets, delivered to our shop from a local…

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Customer Testimonials

By Asheville Engine, Inc. / December 12, 2018 /

   This first one is a Facebook comment on 6.4 Powerstroke page 12/31/2016 Paul Kelly, Owner of PK Diesel in Vancleave, MS.  Posted on facebook in response to somebody stating that they had a problem with the installation and blaming it on us.   “I’ve been getting Ford Powerstroke diesel engines from Rob Newcomb for years, and a lot…

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Ford Powerstroke re‑manufactured engine

By Asheville Engine, Inc. / November 30, 2018 /

Asheville Engine is the leading independent Navistar / Powerstroke builder of Ford Powerstroke re-manufactured engines in the U.S. Many of our customers have surpassed 300,000 to 400,000 trouble free miles with their re-manufactured Asheville Engines because nobody builds a better Ford Powerstroke. Prices 6.0 Powerstroke Short Blocks start at $2,995. with ARP Studded Long Blocks selling…

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6.0 Powerstroke re-manufactured engines with available upgrades

By Asheville Engine, Inc. / November 29, 2018 /

Asheville Engine is the nation’s leading independent Ford Powerstroke diesel engine builder.  We sell every Powerstroke engine ever produced, Whether you are a diehard 7.3 Powerstroke fan, love the 6.0 Powerstroke, own a 6.4 Powerstroke, or drive a 6.7 Powerstroke, Asheville Engine understands what you need…it’s all we do! We offer a 6.0 Powerstroke short block…

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Stage 2 camshaft – 6.0 & 6.4 Powerstroke engines

By Asheville Engine, Inc. / November 29, 2018 /

Asheville Engine, Inc., the leading independent Ford Powertstroke engine builder in the United States has three different Stage 2 camshaft offerings for the 6.0 and the 6.4 Powerstroke engines. Our own brand new custom built Billet Stage 2 camshaft lowers EGTs, spools the turbo quicker increases fuel efficiency.  Because of it’s design, it also adds…

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6.4 Powerstroke Rebuild Kit

By Asheville Engine, Inc. / November 19, 2018 /

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 6.4 Powerstroke Rebuild Kit with everything needed to rebuild your long block with a complete gasket set for installing the engine for $2,215.00 with FREE shipping. We sell an Enhanced Rebuilt Kit for your 6.4with…

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6.0 Powerstroke Rebuild Kits

By Asheville Engine, Inc. / November 19, 2018 /

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 $1,810.00 with FREE shipping!. We sell a Mid-range Performance Kit as well as a…

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6.0 Powerstroke rebuild kits

By Asheville Engine, Inc. / November 6, 2018 /

Asheville Engine, Inc. is a highly recommended Powerstroke engine builder with a worldwide reputation of building great engines.  We have expanded our business to include the person who wants to do-it-yourself. We now offer Complete Engine Rebuild Kits which include everything needed to build a 6.0 long block, except ARP Head Studs but they are…

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Balancing a Powerstroke Diesel engine

By Asheville Engine, Inc. / October 9, 2018 /

To balance or not to balance? That is a great question but a perfectly balanced engine is not always a good thing.  The real question is when to balance and how to balance. Part of the difficulty with understanding how to balance an engines rotating weight is the fact that not all of it rotates. …

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