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6.7 Powerstroke to 6.7 Cummins swap?

35324 Views 29 Replies 13 Participants Last post by  dowmace
I will be buying a new truck within the next few weeks, and I'm torn. I really want a Cummins, but I am not a fan of Dodge interiors. I absolutely love 2011-13 King Ranch interiors though. What I would really like is a 2011-13 King Ranch with a Cummins swapped in. Is this out of the question with all of the electronics and lack of room under the hood of new trucks, or is it a possibility? I know it would probably be expensive. I don't see anything about swaps on anything past 2010 trucks on Destroked...

Any ideas/feedback would be greatly appreciated.
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Is this a joke? LOL He wants to swap a 6.7L Cummins in place of a 6.7L Powerstroke... And then settles on a 6.0L. I'm so confused. :hehe:

The 6.7L Cummins is joke compared to the 6.7L Powerstroke... And the 6.0L has a very similar reputation.

This went from buying a brand new truck and motor swapping it, to actually buying a 6 year old truck and tossing gauges and an intake on it? Humoring...
How highschool....
I was thinking the same thing. :hehe:
I was mostly just toying with the idea of the motor swap. I decided it would be too expensive to be worth it.
Why not just buy a 6.7L and keep it the way it is? Better interior, better motor, better everything...
It was just an idea. I wanted something unique. Also, a friend of mine has a 6.7L Powerstroke, and I don't really like it. Can't quite put my finger on why.
Odd... It's the strongest motor available currently.
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