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AWESOME info for the 2020 trucks/motors!!

So when you got the Ford Diesel motor guy "captured" in the back seat.....questions get asked and answered!!
Lots of good info for past model years, and the new 2020 motor.





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Interesting, did he say that the pump Didn’t change?
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Some interesting info especially about the fuel pump changes and fuel additive usage.
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I heard him say the stroke of the pump changed, nothing related to the overall design. IE: the roller lifter is still there in my mind.


Fuel additives: Yea, that's the slippery slope. They cannot say to use one since they would be required to provide it for free.



I wish the fuel/fuel pump question was a bit more on point to the problems people are experiencing. Yet, he did say....do your scheduled maintenance!!!! Just my $.02


Lower filters 10micron, upper 4 micron....costs are dropping for those. Trucks are built to stand the owner's usage (whatever that may be) for 10 years/250kmiles. Not bad at all.
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I heard him say the stroke of the pump changed, nothing related to the overall design. IE: the roller lifter is still there in my mind.


Fuel additives: Yea, that's the slippery slope. They cannot say to use one since they would be required to provide it for free.



I wish the fuel/fuel pump question was a bit more on point to the problems people are experiencing. Yet, he did say....do your scheduled maintenance!!!! Just my $.02


Lower filters 10micron, upper 4 micron....costs are dropping for those. Trucks are built to stand the owner's usage (whatever that may be) for 10 years/250kmiles. Not bad at all.
I thought he stated the stroke changed a few years back (2015), but it’s the same pump as in the 17’s?!

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I heard it as 2015-2017(-19) were the same. 2020 required another change due to reaching the 2,500 BAR (37kPsi) demands. Starts at 4:00 thru 5:00+

2020 pumps were changed structurally and increased the fuel handling capacity. Hopefully that means a better designed internals.



Be pretty cool to see people swap in a 2020 HPFP to a 2011+ truck.



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I heard it as 2015-2017(-19) were the same. 2020 required another change due to reaching the 2,500 BAR (37kPsi) demands. Starts at 4:00 thru 5:00+

2020 pumps were changed structurally and increased the fuel handling capacity. Hopefully that means a better designed internals.



Be pretty cool to see people swap in a 2020 HPFP to a 2011+ truck.
Thanks I’ll go back through it. It’s was an interesting listen, you can tell he’s an engineer.

The “product” this, product that. Someone has to stay grounded I guess with all the cool stuff they work on I’d be hopped up all the time.
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LOL....same here!!!! I'm giving them 2 model years to get a refreshed/updated/improved interior. The HP/TQ improvement was the moon shot that had to be done. The "Tesla dash" can come later on in my mind.



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LOL....same here!!!! I'm giving them 2 model years to get a refreshed/updated/improved interior. The HP/TQ improvement was the moon shot that had to be done. The "Tesla dash" can come later on in my mind.
I’m starting to think the same, wait for new interior. I’ve have had the same in our 2015 F150, 2017 F250 and now new Raptor. Kinda getting old.

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wow 10yrs 250,000 miles is all the truck is expected to last....


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