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Old 04-07-2012, 09:17 PM
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6.4 powerstroke vs. Maxxforce7

Are there very many differences? Is the international still using the Maxxforce7? If so, then shouldn't the Maxxforce7 be more refined than the 6.4's that we have in our trucks.

Seeing as how the longer an engine is out the better it gets, like the 6.0 for example. The early 6.0 powerstrokes more commonly had problems than then the ones that where more recently made. Right?

With that being said, couldn't we buy a newer maxxforce engine and put it in a f250?

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