6.7L Ford Powerstroke Kit

6.7L Ford Powerstroke Kit


6.7L Ford Powerstroke Kit

(3 customer reviews)



This kit contains all of the parts and fittings necessary to install the Frantz Filter System on your Ford Powerstroke 6.7L


  • Frantz Filter System
  • Hose
  • 1/8″ Quick Disconnect – male
  • Mounting screws
  • Spare base gaskets
  • Male Hose fittings
  • Oetiker clamps
  • 90 degree elbows
  • Thread seal package
SKU: FKPWR67 Category:

  • Increased Engine Life
  • Extended Drain Intervals
  • Saves money on oil changes
  • Superior Oil Filtering
  • An Endless Supply of Pure Oil
  • Improved Oil Cooling

The Frantz Filter Bypass System is the most efficient oil filter that is commercially available for engines today. Even after many thousands of miles of use, oil filtered through a Frantz Filter Bypass System will be free of contamination to such a degree that it is considered analytically clean and suitable for further use.

Bypass filters remove solid contamination from lubricating oil. These types of filters are capable of removing extremely small size particles from the oil by providing filtration in depth through a densely packed filtering media. Oil flow through the bypass type filter is controlled at a rate so deliberate that it can trap and remove from the oil extremely small solid particles.

6.7L Installation Guide

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One review with a 3-star rating

  1. Steven Remy

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    Steven Remy

    I’ve had the Frantz filter on for over a year now and I have to say it does great filtering, but I have to remove a few stars because it leaks at every connection point throughout the oil lines, as well as the oil filter block. All lines have been tightened, retightened, etc and they all continue to leak slightly at each connection. I never had a problem with oil filters leaking before installing this, now it happens regularly. I tighten it fairly firmly hand-tight, I’ve backed it off, I’ve gone hard hand-tight, and no matter what it leaks. The bypass filter itself leaks as well unless you tighten the knob incredibly tight, even after replacing gaskets.

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