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Old 02-13-2008, 05:27 PM
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I was talking to a performance shop they were telling me that was releasing a new diesel in 2009 as a 2010.Because to many companies were complaining about the mileage of 6.4.He said he was talking to a owner of a hot shot company with 5 to 10 trucks and his fuel bill went up by 50%.Has any one else heard about this new motor
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Old 02-13-2008, 05:29 PM
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Thats the first i heard of a replacement for the 6.4. They are possibly releasing a diesel for the f150's in 09 though
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I was talking to a performance shop they were telling me that was releasing a new diesel in 2009 as a 2010.Because to many companies were complaining about the mileage of 6.4.He said he was talking to a owner of a hot shot company with 5 to 10 trucks and his fuel bill went up by 50%.Has any one else heard about this new motor
rumor had it before the 6.4 was released that it was just a temp. motor till 2010.....but ive never heard that actually confirmed. If they do come out with a new motor...it will have nothing to do with the milage of the 6.4......it will have to do with meeting ever restricting emmissions standards
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I heard it was a diesel for the F150's too, possibly 2009-2010.
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I heard it was a diesel for the F150's too, possibly 2009-2010.
thats true.....its a 4.2 or 4.3 liter V-8 based off of the land rover diesel...
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Old 02-13-2008, 05:42 PM
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Ford Dealer told me that F150 will have a straight 6 diesel option in 09
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Ford Dealer told me that F150 will have a straight 6 diesel option in 09
everything ive heard was a small v-8.....and i heard that strait from our regional rep's mouth...
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hi guy imtotaly new to this site im look at old issue of diesl power fords has v6 made by cat for 150s I hear there work on there own moter taking cat out of the loop
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hi guy imtotaly new to this site im look at old issue of diesl power fords has v6 made by cat for 150s I hear there work on there own moter taking cat out of the loop
ive never heard of that.....ive never heard CAT mentioned in the f-150 talk...

ford did try to put the little v-6 they put in the low cab forewads in the f-150.....but the vibration was too much since it was a 90 degree v-6.....

they are currently planning on putting thier own motor in it...based off of the land rover v-8 (ford owns land rover) from everything ive heard.....
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it good chating im need to learn how to get messaga back fast tochat ford has v6 in ranger over seas
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