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Old 02-27-2009, 10:10 PM
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7.3 powerstrok vs 7.3 non ps

Is the powerstoke virtually the same block and engine as the non-powerstroke that preceded the powerstroke?
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i though the 7.3 was always a powerstroke are u thinking of the 6.9
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i believe 90-94 was a 7.3 non power stroke with a turbo option in 93-94. powerstrokes came in late 94 im pretty sure the blocks are different. i know the heads are for sure. 6.9 and 7.3 non powerstroke share similar parts though
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well u learn somethin every day eh?
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Actually,the 6.9/7.3 are considerably different from the newer ones.The first crop were indirect injection as opposed to the later direct injection models.Obviously the heads are different,glow plug set up is different and the injection system is way different.
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I cant remember the diesel power issue but it gave the history of all ford f series 250 and 350's motors and when ford introduced what, changes, hp/tq/ specs. Pretty interesting if anyone can remember the year and issue
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I cant remember the diesel power issue but it gave the history of all ford f series 250 and 350's motors and when ford introduced what, changes, hp/tq/ specs. Pretty interesting if anyone can remember the year and issue
I know which issue you are talking about. I have it somewhere but I have no idea!
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YEAR MODEL HP@RPM TQ@RPM
1982 6.9L IDI 175@3,300 318@1,800
1988 7.3L IDI 185@3,300 338@1,600
1993 7.3L IDI-TURBO 190@3,000 388@1,400
1994.5 7.3L POWERSTROKE 215@3,000 425@2,000
1999 7.3L POWERSTROKE 235@2,700 500@1,600
2001 7.3L POWERSTROKE 250@2,600 525@1,600
2003 6.0L POWERSTROKE 325@3,300 570@2,000
2008 6.4L POWERSTROKE 350@3,000 650@2,000
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YEAR MODEL HP@RPM TQ@RPM
1982 6.9L IDI 175@3,300 318@1,800
1988 7.3L IDI 185@3,300 338@1,600
1993 7.3L IDI-TURBO 190@3,000 388@1,400
1994.5 7.3L POWERSTROKE 215@3,000 425@2,000
1999 7.3L POWERSTROKE 235@2,700 500@1,600
2001 7.3L POWERSTROKE 250@2,600 525@1,600
2003 6.0L POWERSTROKE 325@3,300 570@2,000
2008 6.4L POWERSTROKE 350@3,000 650@2,000
Power has come up quite a bit in the last 2 1/2 decades!
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Power has come up quite a bit in the last 2 1/2 decades!
sure has.... and that is stock... gets better and better the newer you go with performance (chip wise)

just wait for the new scropion to come (haven't heard much about that latley)
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