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Old 07-14-2007, 07:03 AM
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Powerstroke common rail....

Have any of you guys or gals heard of someone that is ever going to come out with a common rail system that we will be able to put on the 7.3 or 6.0? If so I might just have to wait for that to come out instead of getting some injectors down the road.. Also what is every ones thoughts on something like this coming out?
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Old 07-14-2007, 07:23 AM
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That has been floating around for a while. It would be sweet
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Old 07-14-2007, 07:27 AM
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I would have to say that I would go with that setup if it ever does come out... I wonder what kind of numbers we could push then...
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if the 7.3 ever got an aftermarket common rail, i wonder how many people would rip out their 6.0 to have it.
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well I am thinking that if they would happen to come out with one for the 7.3... they would surely come out with one for the 6.0 also.... or the other way around...
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diesel innovations is in the process of development right now. I would expect the product to MAYBE be unvaled at the texas event in the coming months.

when this happens the PSD and cummins will be eye to eye except for displacement. The PSD would be able to make the biggest numbers on the block

It will be expensive for the kit, then you will still need the injectors of the desired HP rating. All said and done you going to be looking at 6-7k and thats without turbo upgrade

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I wonder if a common rail 7.3 will sound like a ricer with a fart can on it, like the common rail cummins.
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Old 07-14-2007, 03:16 PM
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I wonder if a common rail 7.3 will sound like a ricer with a fart can on it, like the common rail cummins.
LOL maybe some time one of us will find that out.... well kinda pricey but hey I think it would be really worth it.... and that doesn't include other things also besides the turbo.... I can't wait to see this come out... maybe I will be able to talk my dad to finally buying me something... instead of a segway like he did today.... oooo okay I know I am dreaming he doesn't buy me anything but hey it sounds good
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Old 07-14-2007, 03:34 PM
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well dieselman77.... ur the guy with all the money.... wanna loan me some
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Well.......NOT, LOL. I plan on being the guy that has to test it out on my 2000.


Already working on the short block, so when this comes to market I will be ready to go.

I just will need to hire somebody smarter than I to figure it out. Maybe I will have to pay Marc to take a vaction

I'm thinking my planned short block Forged Rods with coated Mahle Pistons, and stud girdle, industrial stage 2 sticks, diesel innovations common rail, and just a baby turbo . Can you say Diesel In The Desert 2008

Oh and a new BTS trans and some sick tuning

By the time I'm done I could buy an 08
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