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Old 10-23-2009, 02:37 PM
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Just Saw 6.7 in Indiana

I'm at the national FFA convention in indianapolis. At the career fair, Ford had a huge display. It included the mustang, the new baja ford f-150, The 6.4, and the all new 6.7. I spoke to a representative who told me this engine is going to tick some cummins people off!!! He said they're shooting for 350@ the wheels. Thats all he could tell me. I wouldve got some pics but my phone broke and i didnt have my camera. I then walked across the showroom to the dodge display and asked if they were worried at all about the new competition from ford....he said no, not right now anyway. he said but if the engine proves itself....then i might get worried.

Also, the 2011 wont have the "Scorpion Badge" on it. The man said that the ones that have those are the prototypes. He said that the market trucks will still be called the powerstroke w/ a new "powerstroke badge" Anyway just some info there.
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Old 10-23-2009, 03:05 PM
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Hahaha. Thats funny... i seen it too.
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Old 10-23-2009, 03:12 PM
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Thats cool!
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awww man well i think i will find a Scorpion badge and put it on hahaha
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Take some pics.
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Take some pics.
wish i woulda but my phone was broke. Honestly im kinda disappointed in it
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DODGE IS A TOOL !
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Old 11-28-2009, 07:40 PM
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If you attend a truck pull...Dodge's don't seem like too much of a tool then.
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I don't plan on attending a truck pull Neil, :IMO: Just hide and watch Dodge put in a Cummings, "whoopee due" I'm sure Ford had the same shot with the Cummings but who knows? Ford cut there long lasting love affair with Navstar due to their ignorance, lack of ingenuity with keeping up the times, "the Cummings products," so ford got off it's lard azz! and are not only gonna get the performance, But the Built Ford Tough! Back in the game. And U probably a Dodge owner? as well as every other person on the .org knows what this means, lol just take a good long look backwards if your old enough. like the late 60's early 70's the only diesels you found were in Semi's and Skidders. Not many in trucks. And the old dodge was rusty old box. But times do change. remember that word CHANGE. Yeah the Cummings was a very good move for Dodge,the only one that saved the company. Remember Ford and no Bail-Out, If you don't under stand! it's help from our out going Government. Let's get back to Cummings vs The Power Stroke the 6.7 will not only put the rust back in the name Dodge, It will out pull, and pull your Dodge all around it's incompetent play grounds.......VERY DISSES....

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Old 11-29-2009, 08:51 AM
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350 at the wheels eh?? ok, heres a question, how much power does it lose between the flywheel and the wheels, or..how much power would be at the flywheel?
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