XDP Ford 6.7L Coolant Filtration System

The XDP 6.7L Coolant Filtration System (Part Number: XD192) is an excellent add-on for any stock or modified 2011-2015 Ford 6.7L Powerstroke. The 6.7L’s primary cooling system is responsible for cooling the most vital components on your engine, which includes your engine block, cylinder heads, oil cooler, turbocharger, and EGR cooler. Because of the cast engine design, contaminants such as casting sand and sediment are commonly left over after the engine is manufactured. Keeping your cooling system free from such debris is crucial to the life and performance of your engine.

The XDP Coolant Filtration System comes with everything needed for installation. This system is built around an easy to find parts store filter and can be installed easily with your basic hand tools. No modifications or cutting of your factory hoses required!


Step 1: Remove the driver side coolant overflow tank cap.


Step 2: Drain approximately 3 gallons of coolant from the primary cooling system. (This coolant drain is located on the bottom, driver side, of the radiator.)


Step 3: Using the supplied thread seal tape, go over all of your threads to ensure the kit has a proper seal.

Step 4: Attach the mounting bracket to the XDP filter base using the supplied hardware.


Step 5: Install the supply hose, return hose and hex plug into the XDP filter. The hex plug is threaded into the side of the filter base closest to the “X” in the logo. The supply hose, with the 90° fitting, threads into the front of the filter base below the “XDP” logo. The return hose, with the tee fitting, is threaded into the side of the filter base closest to the “P” in our logo.

Step 6: Install the fully assembled filter base to the driver side cowl where the ground strap is located. Remove the factory bolt and ground strap. Mount the base using the same factory bolt, supplied lock washer and nut. Be sure that the ground strap is reattached. xd192_xdp_10_web


Step 7: Thread the aluminum tube into the hex block and tighten.


Step 8: Using a 19mm deep socket, remove the Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) DSC_4944sensor from the coolant crossover. The sensor is located on the driver side of the engine in the coolant crossover. You will find the sensor above the coolant pump and next to the thermostat housing. XD192 - Sensor Location


Step 9: Thread the hex tube assembly into the area the ECT was located. Using a wrench, tighten the assembly until one of the three open ports is facing directly towards the rear of the truck.DSC_4947


Step 10: From the front of the truck, thread the hex plug into the opening facing the rear, thread the barbed fitting into the opening on left and thread the ECT sensor into the opening on the right. Reconnect the ECT sensor wiring.DSC_4981

Step 11: Connect the supply hose, the line from the front of the filter base, to the open barbed fitting on the hex block. Secure the line using one of the supplied hose clamps.


Step 12: Route the return hose from the filter base to the front of the overflow tank. Remove the factory hose from the tank and insert the tee fitting into the factory hose using the factory clamp. Install the supplied short section of coolant hose in-between the tee fitting and the tank using the supplied hose clamps.


Step 13: Lubricate the seal and install the Donaldson P554685 Coolant Filter onto the filter base.

Step 14: Refill the coolant system back to Ford Specifications.

Step 15: Inspect for any leaks and top off the coolant as needed.




Products manufactured by XDP carry a 1-Year warranty against defects in materials and craftsmanship. The Warranty is Limited to one (1) year from the date of sale and limited solely to the parts contained within the product’s kit. Click Here for full warranty policy.


A: Initially, the filter should be changed after 1 month of use. The second and third filter should be changed in 3 month intervals. After that the filter can be changed on a yearly basis.


A: The XDP Coolant Filtration System comes complete with an easy to find, off the shelf Donaldson Coolant Filter Part no. P554685.


A: Absolutely! The XDP Coolant Filtration System features pre-assembled high-quality silicone hoses. This entire kit can be installed with just a few basic hand tools.


XDP at the ODSS Season Finale


 This week the XDP crew made its way to Piedmont Dragway in North Carolina to exhibit and race in the fall finale to the Outlaw Diesel Super Series. Things kicked off Friday with a bit of a change in drag racing plans due to a potential weather threat for Saturday. Instead of the XDP Race Team running a single qualifier on Friday, we ran the entire pro street class on Friday to ensure the popular class could get completed and enjoyed by race fans.


 The XDP Race Team had a solid qualifying pass to kick things off, running the 1/8 mile track at 6.34 @ 109 mph to get into the show.  However, in our first round pass we ran into mechanical issues on the starting line which knocked us out and ended our day early.  Although we were disappointed in being eliminated, it was a great call by the officials to complete the class on Friday.  We then moved onto helping other friends and racers, even jumping in to lend a hand with Dan Scheid as their team experienced mechanical issues, which just like us, left them on the starting line in their last round.


 One of the more anticipated races of the day was the final round of Pro Street which saw Ryan Milliken and Ben Shadday face off.  This was the first time these two had lined up against each other in a Pro Street final this season and Friday’s race went to Ben Shadday by a slim four hundredths margin.

Meanwhile, the vendor midway was busy Friday and also Saturday (even during the rain).  We saw a lot of customers and friends and it was good to see so many familiar faces stop by the XDP booth.  A big thank you to Rudy’s staff who worked extra hard even during the rain to make sure everything went smoothly and make sure everyone was comfortable.

 XDP enjoyed attending and supporting all the ODSS events this year and we thank series organizers for a great inaugural season.

2015 XDP Open House


Throughout the year, the XDP Crew travels far and wide to attend diesel events all over country, but the most exciting event for us is right at home at our Headquarters in Wall Township, NJ. The XDP Open House kicks off on Sunday morning, the day after the U.S. Diesel Truckin’ Nationals. After a long day at the track the day before, the XDP Open House gives everyone a more relaxed environment, perfectly fitting for a Sunday afternoon, with live entertainment, the dyno competition, and of course a free bbq and pig roast!

The 6th annual XDP Open House followed the same format as we have in the past, 2
dynos total – one in the front and one around back, a dj, live band, tons of food, games, prizes, and of course, deep discounts, show specials and over 20+ manufacturers on-site to answer any questions and give advice on selecting the right parts for your truck.

At around 11am all of our Fans were lined up and waiting for the gates to open. Once we let the crowd in, the XDP headquarters quickly filled with diesel fanatics from all over the tri-state area. With deep discounts and incredible show specials, many of our fans started off the morning looking for the best deals on some new parts, along with enjoying the scenery and getting some free lunch!

With most of the dyno spots already sold out we wasted no time getting trucks on the dyno to spin the rollers. We saw some impressive numbers with several trucks cranking out over 1000HP, at the wheels! At that level of competition, it’s always likely to see some carnage, and that we did! A 6.4L Powerstroke hit the dyno and quickly tested the limits of intercooler boots, causing the intercooler to actually jump over after it separated from the intercooler tubes (see our Instagram for video). The owners knew the truck was hurt after that but continued to run anyway putting on another show with a little bit of fire. We’ve got no complaints though; it’s all in the name of the game with high horsepower trucks!

With all the action outside, we still had a ton going on inside as our showroom was jam packed. Vendors like aFe Power, BD-Power, and Edge Products were on-site and our Performance Specialists were busy taking orders just as fast as our warehouse could bring them out! In the center of our showroom, we had all the raffle prizes on display and tickets were being entered for some awesome prizes such as a free AirDog Fuel System or Titan Fuel Tank, just to name a few of the 20 raffle prizes supplied by our event sponsors.

Headed back outside, we had some additional space for the huge camper from FASS Fuel Systems, along with the Magnaflow big rig and trailer. Out to the right of our building we had the crew cookin’ up lunch with some hot dogs, burgers and of course, pulled pork sandwiches. Across the way from them was the live entertainment from the band and D.J.

All in all, we had a great time just like we do every year! From all of us at XDP, we’d like to thank all of the manufacturers that come out to help us make this event possible, and of course, all of our fans that come out and support us! We look forward to seeing everyone at the 2016 XDP Open House!


Indianapolis 4 Wheel Jamboree


This past weekend XDP headed to Indianapolis, Indiana for the 34th annual 4 Wheel Jamboree at the Indiana State Fairgrounds. The event was held over a course of 3 days from Friday to Sunday. Friday and Saturdays events were hampered by heavy morning storms that delayed the start by a couple hours. Both days ended up being sunny and warm after about 11am once the storms were done.

Dave Radzierez and the XDP Cummins powered monster truck was there to compete in the monster truck racing and freestyle events. Dave won his first round of racing on Friday beating Dan Runte and Bigfoot. Unfortunately, during the second round of racing he broke a driveshaft yoke on takeoff and was done for the night. Dave was able to work on the truck that night and get it put back together for Saturdays events. On Saturday, Dave competed in the first round of racing and freestyle without any issues. During Saturday nights freestyle event the XDP truck hit a jump and launched the truck about 15 feet in the air. When the truck came back down he busted off the left rear “champagne” which caused the wheel and planetary assembly to come off the truck. Thanks to some of Daves friends in the monster truck community they were able to replace the broken parts that night and were ready for Sundays events.

Join XDP next at the Texas Motorplex in Ennis, Texas for the NHRDA World Finals. The event takes places October 2nd and 3rd.

39th Annual U.S. Diesel Truckin’ Nationals


Every September as the summer winds down, the XDP Crew keeps things full speed ahead for the biggest diesel weekend on the east coast! An event to never miss, the U.S. Diesel Truckin’ Nationals is just one of the two events of our Diesel Weekend Extravaganza that takes place in late September and brings diesel pickups, big rigs, cement mixers, dump trucks and just about every on-road diesel truck you can think of, together for a day of non-stop action!

Starting in the early hours of Saturday morning, the XDP Crew gets ready for a busy day by assembling the XDP Midway. With over 20 of the top industry manufacturers on-site, there is someone there to provide support, advice and suggestions on every part you can think of for your truck.

Once the racing starts you’ll see everything from high performance big rigs, dump trucks and of course, diesel pickups rolling down the track. Because the presence of diesel pickups has grown exponentially over the years, Raceway Park has provided XDP the entire west side of the track. This allows us to fit the XDP Midway, Race Display, VIP Show Trucks and even a diesel only parking lot to keep all of the diesel pickup fanatics in one place!

After a long day of drag racing and admiring all the show trucks, the fans in attendance head to the stands for the thrill show once the sun goes down. After the opening ceremonies the XDP Drag Truck took to the track and made a pass. Shortly after, the jet powered cars came out to show off their speed with a pass down the track that you can literally feel in your stomach as the jet engines vibrate the ground beneath you, immediately followed by the jet powered semi of Bob Motz, a perfect addition to the Diesel Truckin’ Nationals.  After all the jet-powered vehicles come out, the Monster Trucks slow things down but keep the action intense. Crushing cars, and flying high to put on a show for everyone in the grandstands!

Overall, the U.S. Diesel Truckin’ Nationals is an awesome, family-friendly event for EVERYONE! Stay tuned for a recap of day 2 of the XDP Diesel Weekend Extravaganza as the action took place at the XDP Open House, in Wall Township, NJ.


Scheid Diesel Extravaganza 2015


This past weekend we headed to Terre Haute, Indiana for the 19th annual Scheid Diesel Extravaganza. This was the 5th of 6 events in the Outlaw Diesel Super Series. This was also our first time attending the event, and we were certainly not disappointed! The event was packed with an attendance in excess of 15,000 people.

The event started on Friday with qualifying sled pulls and test and tune drag racing. The XDP drag truck was there with a brand new motor and a freshly wrapped XDP trailer. Unfortunately, the XDP truck blew its torque converter on the first pass and was done for the day. Anthony and the rest of the XDP race team were up until 1 am pulling the transmission and getting the old converter out.

Saturday’s events included Sled pull finals and drag racing qualifying. Anthony and the XDP race crew started working on the truck early in the morning trying to get it ready for racing. After many hours of work they were able to get the truck up and running. The truck was able to race, but the transmission would not shift properly and the XDP crew decided to call it a day. The XDP Crew will work on the truck in the upcoming weeks so it will be 100% ready for the XDP Open House on September 19th and 20th in New Jersey.

Sundays events included drag racing elimination and a burnout contest. XDP went home Sunday morning because we were eliminated from drag racing and all had long journeys ahead of us to get home.

XDP is very happy we got to attend the event this year and look forward to returning next year! A big thanks to Scheid Diesel for allowing us to set up at their event and for putting on such an awesome show!

Join XDP next for the Oklahoma Diesel Nationals at Tulsa Raceway in Tulsa, OK on 9/12. We will also be in Ogden, Utah for Edge Products’ Weekend on the Edge event. That event also takes place on September 12th and will have a dyno event at Edge’s facility and then sled pulls after the dyno at the Ogden Pioneer Stadium.

Don’t forget to come to the XDP Open House and U.S. Diesel Truckin’ Nationals on September 19th and 20th. September 19th will offer drag racing and a truck show and the Old Bridge Township Raceway Park in Englishtown, NJ. September 20th will be XDP’s Open House at XDPs facility in Wall Township, NJ. The event will offer a dyno event and customer appreciation day.

Join XDP for the final event of the Outlaw Diesel Super Series on October 9th for Rudy’s Fall Truck Jam at Piedmont Dragway in Julian, NC.

XDP’s Ford 6.0L Basic EGR Delete Installation

XD186The Ford 6.0L PowerStroke’s relationship with its EGR system often doesn’t lead to a happy ending. Many owners would agree that the EGR system was one of, if not the first concerns they had after purchasing their 6.0L. Due to the failing reputation associated with the EGR systems, XDP offers multiple types of EGR Deletes for this application. Our newest addition is the XDP 6.0L Basic EGR Delete Kit with Coolant Block-Off Plate (Part Number: XD186).

Using the same proven design as our standard EGR Delete Kit, the Basic EGR Delete is built with ease of install and value in mind. The specially designed Up-Pipe Block-Off Plate simply clamps in place to block the cooler connection of your factory up-pipe. This saves time, money and the hassle of working between the firewall when removing/replacing the factory passenger side up-pipe.

**For off-road use only**

(CA Residents: Not legal for sale or use in California on pollution controlled motor vehicles.)


Step 1: Disconnect Batteries

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Step 2: Drain coolant

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Step 3: Remove clips for plastic wire way located above turbo. Fold to windshield of truck and retain with plastic zip tie.

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Step 4: Remove upper fan shroud by prying away from radiator through slots. (Note:  The plastic can be very brittle)

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Step 5: Loosen hose clamps and remove intake tube. Then unscrew bolts and remove turbo inlet tube and PCV Valve.xd144 egr delete pic 021xd144 egr delete pic 022

Step 6: Unbolt alternator and disconnect wires.  Tilt alternator towards front of vehicle. Note: it is not necessary to loosen belt tensioner.xd144 egr delete pic 023xd144 egr delete pic 024

Step 7: Remove Turbo – Intercooler charge pipe, Oil feed line from oil cooler to turbo (3 Bolts), VGT actuator harness plug, Up -pipe v band clamp, Turbo v-band clamp (downpipe), Turbo mounting bolts (3 Bolts)

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xd144 egr delete pic 027xd144 egr delete pic 032xd144 egr delete pic 031xd144 egr delete pic 029xd144 egr delete pic 034xd144 egr delete pic 041Step 8: Once these parts are removed the turbo will rotate toward the passenger side of the truck and out of the pedestal.

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Step 9: Remove the oil drain tube from the High Pressure Oil Pump Housing then Remove the turbo mounting pedestal (4 Bolts). *Early 03-04 (Pedestal will differ)xd144 egr delete pic 043xd144 egr delete pic 044

Step 10: Remove EGR cooler v-band clamp from up-pipe.xd144 egr delete pic 048

Step 11: Loosen the intake manifold bolts on the driver’s side. Completely remove the intake manifold bolts from the passenger side and note their location using a piece of cardboard. Remove the two bolts that go through the inner fan stator to the intake manifold (Located under the shroud).xd144 egr delete pic 050xd144 egr delete pic 052

Step 12: Remove the bolt that is used to stiffen the heater tube to the manifold (located below alternator). Bend this tab upward.xd144 egr delete pic 053

Step 13: Remove EGR cooler’s (3 mounting bolts)xd144 egr delete pic 056

Step 14: Lightly push down on the EGR cooler while pulling up on the intake manifold to disengage from the manifold.xd144 egr delete pic 058

Step 15: While holding the manifold up with a small pry bar move the cooler toward the back of the engine. Continuing to hold the manifold up, lift and remove the cooler through the front of the engine. Be sure that all gaskets and o-rings are removed with the cooler.xd144 egr delete pic 061

Step 16: Replace intake manifold bolts and torque to 120 (in-lbs.).

Step 17: Install the Up-Pipe Block-Off Plate onto your uppipe using the factory v-band clamp.


Step 18: Install the 3/4” silicone hose on the ¾” 180 degree Stainless steel coolant tube provided. Loosely install hose clamps.xd144 egr delete pic 066

Step 19: Grease the EGR Cooler adapter o-ring. Place into intake manifold. Finger tighten the two longer factory cooler mounting bolts. The third smaller bolt can be discarded.xd144 egr delete pic 069

Step 20: Tighten billet adapter bolts to 120 (in-lbs.), while tightening make sure the o-ring stays in place and alignment is correct. Be sure not to over torque the bolts. Slide hose over the oil cooler nipple and tighten both hose clamps snugly.

Step 21: Remove factory EGR Valve from intake manifold and install XDP Aluminum block-off plate, use existing bolts and Torque to 120 (in-lbs.).

Step 22: Reinstall turbo, all intake and exhaust tubes including down pipe, alternator, shroud, wires etc. in reverse order from steps 3 to 17.

Step 23: Refill with new coolant, use manufacturer recommended and mix according to label.

Step 24: You are now ready to test your XDP EGR delete kit. Start engine and run till coolant circulates. Top off coolant system if needed. Make a close inspection for any coolant leaks or oil leaks.

The EGR delete system should not throw a check engine light on 03-04 trucks. On 2005 models it has been noted that if the EGR valve is left in place the truck shouldn’t throw any codes. 06-07 models require aftermarket tuning such as an SCT programmer to avoid any trouble codes.

 Purchase the XDP 6.0L Basic EGR Delete Kit Here!