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Old 08-08-2007, 12:30 PM
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options 6.0l or 7.3l

i am putting a powerstroke in a ford bronco i have the option to buy a 6.0l or 7.3l i am leaning towards the 7.3l i was just wonder on the 6.0l or not. i do not want to get a 6.0l then have problems with it. i was just wondering what some of your opinions where.i do know tht the 7.3l will be easier to put in.
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Old 08-08-2007, 12:32 PM
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I would only go with the 6.0 for the tranny, if you plan on going auto. 7.3 would probably be easier, though. Good luck!

What model Bronco?
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91 bronco full size, yeah i am going auto but i know the 7.3l will be easier to put in i prolly going to go with the 7.3l i was asking because their is only $500 diff between them.
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Old 08-08-2007, 12:48 PM
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Is the price including a tranny?
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If you ask someone who has a good running 6.0 the answer will be different. LOL But yes the 7.3 is more proven without a doubt, I just hate to see all the bad 6.0's. You'll just have to spend more to get the same amount of power as a mildly tuned 6.0. I guess I got lucky with mine.
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get a 7.3 and max that puppy out
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get a 7.3 and max that puppy out
thats what im sayin i will prolly do that
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Is the price including a tranny?
the price includes a whole truck.
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Well couldn't you just "update/upgrade" all the 6.0 parts while its between vehicles???
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Well couldn't you just "update/upgrade" all the 6.0 parts while its between vehicles???
yeah but i dont want to be paying an arm and a leg for this thing i want to kinda flip it the bronco was free, i want to use the money from that to build up a 2 door short bed f250
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