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Old 04-22-2013, 10:11 AM
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I was wondering if there is any info on the 2014 superduty's?
I've read some rumors on the internet about increases in the HP and torque of the 6.7 to compete with Ram, but thats it.
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Old 04-23-2013, 01:15 PM
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hopefully they set their game up, i grew up with cummins, my old man convinced me too get a powerstroke ,so i purchased a 6.4 and made it the cummins eater...the old mans got a couple 6.7s and i dont find they have that much more jam, but they definetly move...id hate too have too disappoint him and buy another cummins in a couple years....lol i threw my mini maxx in my dads....then she partys!!!
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Old 05-31-2013, 01:02 PM
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Well the build guide was released this week for the 2014 superdutys and nothing new on them. Talked to a friend at the dealer and he said they may be changing the colors up a bit.
Thats too bad, I really was hoping for some factory HIDs like the F150, or maybe even a bump in the power ratings to one up Ram. Or possibly even those customizable interior lights. I know its kinda in between the old and the new, but would've been nice.
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Old 05-31-2013, 01:52 PM
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They need to do a full redesign. I mean dam, they have been using the same doors since 1999.
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They need to do a full redesign. I mean dam, they have been using the same doors since 1999.
I know and they need to change it up soon. However, I hope the new doors don't lose the "Ford thunk" when you close them. Only truck I know that actually sounds like you're being protected when you close the doors. I work at a dodge dealership and honestly can't tell the difference in the doors between a durango and a Ram 3500


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Old 06-29-2013, 10:02 PM
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This rumor is way out there but I heard that they are talking about throwing a cummins in the superduty? I know, I know but thats what Iv heard. I was told that ford still owns stock in cummins and that was the reason why.
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Old 06-29-2013, 10:20 PM
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I personally think Cummins is a great engine, they got a great design and get great power and mileage numbers. I also do like the powerstroke engines as well.
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Why would Ford spend millions r&d-ing the new 6.7 V8 powerstroke and get rid of it just a few years later?... Especially when their new motor has little problems considering its a completely new block with many first-ever-seen features in the light duty pickup world.
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I also heard from some ram guys the cummins is coming to the super duty.
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I also heard from some ram guys the cummins is coming to the super duty.
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Why would Ford spend millions r&d-ing the new 6.7 V8 powerstroke and get rid of it just a few years later?... Especially when their new motor has little problems considering its a completely new block with many first-ever-seen features in the light duty pickup world.
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