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Old 11-23-2009, 07:15 AM
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08 F250 Harley Davidson Limo

I thought you all might like to see this, every year a bunch of us get together at christmas, and ride around in a limo, look at christmas lights and...well... do some boozin. I'm the guilty party who makes the arrangements. Well i found a killer ride this year, a 08 F250 HD custom stretch pickup, 38' long to be precise, no diesel, but it does sport the V10, so i put the thread here.

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Old 11-23-2009, 08:30 AM
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the bed needs to be a hot tub. cause otherwise the bed is useless. cool otherwise
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The bed is a hot tub!
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It is pretty cool but it would be bad a$$ if it had the 6.4 in it
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I was a little surprised and disappointed when he fired it up for me and there was no clattering. I have better pictures of it somewhere, but it really is impressive to see
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Sweet!

2 years ago I won a fundraiser thing at school and they had a stretched H2, with dual rear axles.
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I was a little surprised and disappointed when he fired it up for me and there was no clattering. I have better pictures of it somewhere, but it really is impressive to see
Don't worry, the phasers will go out of it soon enough and it will be louder than a 6.4
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Old 11-23-2009, 07:39 PM
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Don't worry, the phasers will go out of it soon enough and it will be louder than a 6.4
Actually, although the V-10 3-valve engines are basically a 5.4L V-8 3-valve with 2 extra cylinders and a balance shaft on the left cylinder head, the V-10s don't have have phasers or VCT solenoids like the V-8s do. That's right, they use a fixed cam with a conventional cam sprocket just like the previous generation 2-valve cousins. They do have pretty good power though.

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I was a little surprised and disappointed when he fired it up for me and there was no clattering. I have better pictures of it somewhere, but it really is impressive to see
To the poster that is disappointed that a V-10 powers this ride, I think it's due to the fact that it's a limo, which is geared to a completely different demographic. In other words, I don't think the majority of users/riders will find it very appealing to hear a diesel "clacking" away while they're being chaufered.
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Actually, although the V-10 3-valve engines are basically a 5.4L V-8 3-valve with 2 extra cylinders and a balance shaft on the left cylinder head, the V-10s don't have have phasers or VCT solenoids like the V-8s do. That's right, they use a fixed cam with a conventional cam sprocket just like the previous generation 2-valve cousins. They do have pretty good power though.


To the poster that is disappointed that a V-10 powers this ride, I think it's due to the fact that it's a limo, which is geared to a completely different demographic. In other words, I don't think the majority of users/riders will find it very appealing to hear a diesel "clacking" away while they're being chaufered.
Its an 08 if it was 6.4 what noise it there hehhe
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More pics

heres some more
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