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Old 01-14-2010, 11:49 AM
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6.7 going to use post-injection for regen?

Does anyone know if the new 6.7 will use post-injection for the regen cycle as the current 6.4 does? I am hoping Ford will change gears and utilize the in-exhaust fuel injector instead. I am very interested in the new truck/engine, but I am not interested in worrying about oil dillution. That is one thing my 6.0 has going for it!
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in exhaust urea injection
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Old 01-14-2010, 06:19 PM
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Right...but that does not take care of the soot that the DPF collects. The 6.7 is going to have both- SCR and DPF......so my question still stands.
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its going to be using a post injection regen, but on a much less frequent cycle. i read your question wrong. also, 3.31's are available
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Old 01-14-2010, 06:28 PM
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let's hope they get the regen cycles right then so the truck won't require 3K oil changes
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Does anyone know if the new 6.7 will use post-injection for the regen cycle as the current 6.4 does?
Only the LML Duramax (and its van equivalent) are using in-exhaust injection for regen. Maybe Ford will look at adding it if all the 6.7L's end up making a bunch of oil between changes.
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I hope they don't get all the fuel in the oil like the 6.4's, mine made 3-4 quarts per 4,000 miles, and that was the main reason I did a DPF delete. Since my DPF delete I have no rises in my oil and great milage. Hopefully they have addressed this issue, if I had known about that I would not have bought a 6.4. Guess I am glad I am not in the market and can sit back and watch the results of the new 6.7 without having to experience the problems first hand!
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