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Old 11-17-2009, 02:51 PM
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is 6.7 a powerstroke

I was just wondering if the new 6.7 is still going to be called a powerstroke?
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yep still gonna be a powerstroke!
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yes. they have a badge that says powerstroke





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Old 11-17-2009, 03:01 PM
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Thats to bad I figured with a new chapter in the ford diesel pickups they would be proud enough to give it there own name that would seperate it from the international.
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well the name powerstroke is ford owned. but if you want to talk about real powerstrokes, it should have stopped at 6.0s. the 7.3s and 6.0s are heui injectors and the 6.4 and 6.7 are common rail.

but its still a cool name tho

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Old 11-17-2009, 03:36 PM
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never thought about the heui as a seperation point but makes perfect sence. I do like the powerstroke name and all the sayings that go with the ford dodge chevy arguements. allright the POWERSTROKE name lives on!!!
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Yes,

Ford has owned the Trademark "Power Stroke" name since 1994, and NO it is NOT one word...it is 2 Words
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Yes,

Ford has owned the Trademark "Power Stroke" name since 1994, and NO it is NOT one word...it is 2 Words
Thats a Good Point out! I myself have seen Powerstroke/Power Stroke, ran together many times and never gave it much thought.

Like powerstroke.org ,good thing they got it right on the Badges Just not to Happy about that leaf thingy ??? Looks like they are trying to Show us On the Highway to Green LOL,since the Bottom Part looks to be a road

My Main concern is the Motor ... I Hope it's a Home Run for Ford

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the leaf is because its B20 compatible.... not to "pave the road to green"
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the leaf is because its B20 compatible.... not to "pave the road to green"
I would think making a Diesel truck capable of burning B20 was infact a act of Going Green?

Guess we share a Different View point ,cause i view anything they do to the Exhaust or fuel system ETC.... an act of going green...

Other wise we could do what we wanted to our truck without worry....

They will make us green and make us Like it
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