The SPE 6.7L Powerstroke Injector Hold Down Kit is designed as a direct OEM fit to replace the brittle cast steel (& stamped steel) injector forks and torque to yield (TTY) bolts installed by the manufacturer.
DESCRIPTION The factory hold downs can be problematic, so much so that Ford has revised the design at least once since they were introduced. In the earlier models, Ford utilized a cast fork which commonly snapped, blowing out the injectors (usually at the most inopportune time) leaving you stranded. In the later years, Ford switched to the stamped steel version which wasn't quite as problematic but we have still seen issues with the fork bending as well as having improper fitment issues.
After many requests we began R&D on a better, more reliable hold down. Machined from a solid chunk of 304 stainless steel, these billet injector hold down forks are a superior design and the first aftermarket injector hold down forks on the market for the 6.7L Powerstroke.
Billet injector hold down forks— Machined from a solid chunk of 304 stainless steel providing a superior component that won't break
Increased Tensile Strength—rated at 180,000 PSI and designed to reduce shearing and bolt fatigue seen in the OEM torque to yield (TTY) bolts.
Reusable bolts & washers— No need to buy a new set of bolts when injectors are removed.
Fixes the problematic factory injector fork— OEM injector forks were made with a subpar cast material allowing the injector to blow out at the most inopportune times, leaving you stranded.
Esthetically pleasing— Replaces the ugly factory forks that rust and look unattractive under your hood.
Guaranteed not to rust— Unlike factory and competitors’ products
8 billet injector hold down forks made from 304 stainless steel
8 reusable fasteners rated at 180,000 PSI
8 custom billet washers made from 304 stainless steel
Replaces OEM part numbers EC3Z-9C334-D and BC3Z-00812-B.
PREVIOUS PART NUMBER: SPE-67IHDFK
Great product / fitment, fast shipping and overall good experience.
How ever packaging was damaged and parts were loose banging into each other causing dents.
Injector forks can be swapped without removing injectors. Be careful torquing the new bolts to 30 ft. lbs. and i recommend you do smaller increments. If you strip the thread in the head you are going to be in for project. Also, a standard sized allen socket won't work properly since the injector hard lines are in the way. You will need a deeper allen to clear, it's SAE not metric. Don't mess with the injector hard lines, since they are 1 time use, just get the deeper socket.
Great product but, extremely overpriced.
the injector hold downs, washers and bolts are top quality and gurantee that the injectors are staying there until someone wants to take them out again, like the fact there stainless as i was installing them on a customers truck that has a salter and plow, the reason the OE ones failed was the rust between the injector body and holddown expanded and broke 5 of 8 holddowns. however ordered 12/21/2020, and recieved them 1/5/2021, and paid for 2 day shipping. after being told on the phone that they would ship before christmas, luchily we had almost no snow in ny at the time and customer was ok with waiting. but still not too impressed with the support at the time, produst is great but just dont order at christmas.
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