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Old 07-26-2013, 09:28 PM   #981
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Lol when I said professional I meant a place like Fordstrokers or MHS or a legit speedshop owner. I'm just lucky I have so many shops/tuners/tracks around where I live in NJ. One of the only good things about this state. On top of the pollution, overcrowding, traffic, cost of living, now we can add killer hurricanes to the mix... yay...
And guidos :p
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Yeah, here we have, ford and dodge. Performance shops are nowhere near. We do get the occasional tornado tho! Lol. U meant "professionals" lol. I meant guys who drink from 4pm to 8am.
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They did purchase a large stake in Cummins, but I read that they are only putting them in the f-650 and f-750 trucks. Hopefully they put them in the 250s and 350s
Yea but lets keep their trans out of the picture
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Yea but lets keep their trans out of the picture
When are we gonna see cummins in a ford truck? That's when I'll be Interested in buyin lol
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And guidos :p
I was debating adding that to the list too but was trying to be nice. Don't even get me started on those... communities... in this state.
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When are we gonna see cummins in a ford truck? That's when I'll be Interested in buyin lol
As long as we have fords transmission than great
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When are we gonna see cummins in a ford truck? That's when I'll be Interested in buyin lol
Whats so special about a cummins?! Fords 6.0 turbo diesel does just as well if not better.
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Whats so special about a cummins?! Fords 6.0 turbo diesel does just as well if not better.


I SERIOUSLY hope you are joking, if not, that just qualifies for exactly what this thread is about.
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Bahahahahahahahahha ^
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I was debating adding that to the list too but was trying to be nice. Don't even get me started on those... communities... in this state.
Im sure theyre annoying. I've only seen a few of people around here with that attitude and theyre obnoxious and ignorant lol
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What are some of the issues with fords engine that you guys don't like?

So is ford gonna rename it? Then slap it in the dodge trucks, that would show them,

Go without government bailout and now were buying you guys out..ha
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I SERIOUSLY hope you are joking, if not, that just qualifies for exactly what this thread is about.
Im just a 16 year old kid... Besides arnt cummings only 6 cylinders?!
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Im just a 16 year old kid... Besides arnt cummings only 6 cylinders?!
You live and you learn. I've made plenty of stupid comments dont worry about it just giving you a hard time man.
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Im just a 16 year old kid... Besides arnt cummings only 6 cylinders?!
Yes they are! but they are wicked sick! The one made in 93 was 5.9l 360ci (yes the same as the v8 dodge put in the ram, but still an inline 6) that produced less than 200hp and 400 foot pounds of torque and the brand new ones are even more insane, I believe it pushes 800 foot pounds of torque
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Yes they are! but they are wicked sick! The one made in 93 was 5.9l 360ci (yes the same as the v8 dodge put in the ram, but still an inline 6) that produced less than 200hp and 400 foot pounds of torque and the brand new ones are even more insane, I believe it pushes 800 foot pounds of torque
And so does the 6.0 thats in the brand new f 450s.. But it pushes 400 hp and 800 ft pounds of tourqe.
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And so does the 6.0 thats in the brand new f 450s.. But it pushes 400 hp and 800 ft pounds of tourqe.
First off the new motor is a 6.7L. Second, its not all about power numbers. The Cummins is better built, more reliable and unlike the new Ford (which is Ford's FIRST EVER 100% in house built motor), Cummins has been doing it forever. As for 6 cylinders, you do realize that Semi engines are straight 6s right? The Cummins is basically a small Semi engine... well not basically IT IS. The old 5.9L 12V is the monster that everyone wants and they run FOREVER. Fully mechanical EVERYTHING on those. The 24v is ok... not great but way better than most. The Common Rail in the mid-late 2000s is pretty sweet too.

As for some of the 6.0L issues... where to begin... terrible EGR system, oil pumps like to go out, head gaskets like to blow, variable vane turbos that clog up and eat themselves and the fact that Navistar gave Ford the 6.0L with way less power than the 325/600 (IIRC) than Ford eventually hopped it up to. Yes, Ford hopped up the 6.0 from what it was originally intended and then you have dudes beating on them and bad EGR systems and oil pumps and head gaskets/bolts and you figure out what happened.

With that said, once they are Bulletproofed they are pretty good engines. The Bulletproofing of one is not cheap and consists of doing the Bulletproof oil pump, the Bulletproof EGR kit (or the delete), ARP head studs and new OEM Ford headgaskets. The turbos should be inspected but a lot of the issues they had were from before they went over to ultra low sulfur fuel. Still, there are a LOT of farmers who still use farm grade fuel that is NOT ultra low sulfur and that causes the vanes to stick and boom goes the dynamite.
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First off the new motor is a 6.7L. Second, its not all about power numbers. The Cummins is better built, more reliable and unlike the new Ford (which is Ford's FIRST EVER 100% in house built motor), Cummins has been doing it forever. As for 6 cylinders, you do realize that Semi engines are straight 6s right? The Cummins is basically a small Semi engine... well not basically IT IS. The old 5.9L 12V is the monster that everyone wants and they run FOREVER. Fully mechanical EVERYTHING on those. The 24v is ok... not great but way better than most. The Common Rail in the mid-late 2000s is pretty sweet too.

As for some of the 6.0L issues... where to begin... terrible EGR system, oil pumps like to go out, head gaskets like to blow, variable vane turbos that clog up and eat themselves and the fact that Navistar gave Ford the 6.0L with way less power than the 325/600 (IIRC) than Ford eventually hopped it up to. Yes, Ford hopped up the 6.0 from what it was originally intended and then you have dudes beating on them and bad EGR systems and oil pumps and head gaskets/bolts and you figure out what happened.

With that said, once they are Bulletproofed they are pretty good engines. The Bulletproofing of one is not cheap and consists of doing the Bulletproof oil pump, the Bulletproof EGR kit (or the delete), ARP head studs and new OEM Ford headgaskets. The turbos should be inspected but a lot of the issues they had were from before they went over to ultra low sulfur fuel. Still, there are a LOT of farmers who still use farm grade fuel that is NOT ultra low sulfur and that causes the vanes to stick and boom goes the dynamite.

And you know all of this how?!
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he answered your question a few replies ago when he said "you live and you learn"
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First off the new motor is a 6.7L. Second, its not all about power numbers. The Cummins is better built, more reliable and unlike the new Ford (which is Ford's FIRST EVER 100% in house built motor), Cummins has been doing it forever. As for 6 cylinders, you do realize that Semi engines are straight 6s right? The Cummins is basically a small Semi engine... well not basically IT IS. The old 5.9L 12V is the monster that everyone wants and they run FOREVER. Fully mechanical EVERYTHING on those. The 24v is ok... not great but way better than most. The Common Rail in the mid-late 2000s is pretty sweet too.

As for some of the 6.0L issues... where to begin... terrible EGR system, oil pumps like to go out, head gaskets like to blow, variable vane turbos that clog up and eat themselves and the fact that Navistar gave Ford the 6.0L with way less power than the 325/600 (IIRC) than Ford eventually hopped it up to. Yes, Ford hopped up the 6.0 from what it was originally intended and then you have dudes beating on them and bad EGR systems and oil pumps and head gaskets/bolts and you figure out what happened.

With that said, once they are Bulletproofed they are pretty good engines. The Bulletproofing of one is not cheap and consists of doing the Bulletproof oil pump, the Bulletproof EGR kit (or the delete), ARP head studs and new OEM Ford headgaskets. The turbos should be inspected but a lot of the issues they had were from before they went over to ultra low sulfur fuel. Still, there are a LOT of farmers who still use farm grade fuel that is NOT ultra low sulfur and that causes the vanes to stick and boom goes the dynamite.
Where did you come from?! Lol you are like a car god! All I've seen lately is great info from you and the praise that comes with it. Thanks for sharing your knowledge.
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he answered your question a few replies ago when he said "you live and you learn"
... That was a different guy.. You guys are making me feel retarded just cause i believe in ford and dont go to some one else just cause they have more power. Soo what if ford has their issues, its their first year actually building theyre diesel. Ford can make it up...
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... That was a different guy.. You guys are making me feel retarded just cause i believe in ford and dont go to some one else just cause they have more power. Soo what if ford has their issues, its their first year actually building theyre diesel. Ford can make it up...
my bad I stand corrected but its still the answer. I'm sure he learned about it at some point in his life lol
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Yes my friend is a little confused about his choice in trucks. He's on his third chevy after the past two crapped out on him

On another note guys with wimpy *** hand shakes pisses me of. Grow some balls shake hands like a man!!!

Or people that come in my work and don't trust my knowledge because of my age. Or the think I'm just making every thing up.

And well know it all come in and try to buy tools and when i suggest a better tool for them (not in price but better to suit their need) the get it all mad and think I'm getting commission on those tools. Fine get that ****ing tool and not be able to do your job.

Oh and my fing manager he's to lazy to do anything and makes me do everything and then acts like I'm some ****** and cant do anything just makes me want to get a education so i don't have to deal with this bs
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Yes my friend is a little confused about his choice in trucks. He's on his third chevy after the past two crapped out on him

On another note guys with wimpy *** hand shakes pisses me of. Grow some balls shake hands like a man!!!

Or people that come in my work and don't trust my knowledge because of my age. Or the think I'm just making every thing up.

And well know it all come in and try to buy tools and when i suggest a better tool for them (not in price but better to suit their need) the get it all mad and think I'm getting commission on those tools. Fine get that ****ing tool and not be able to do your job.

Oh and my fing manager he's to lazy to do anything and makes me do everything and then acts like I'm some ****** and cant do anything just makes me want to get a education so i don't have to deal with this bs
Lol looks like you need to visit Dr Abbott
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They did purchase a large stake in Cummins, but I read that they are only putting them in the f-650 and f-750 trucks. Hopefully they put them in the 250s and 350s
Ford has been using Cummins for years. The 7.3 was built by navistar(International), they also make the Cummins blocks in the Indianapolis foundry.
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So what about the Diesel engines from a few years ago, they don't all suck this bad.
Paying an extra 7-8k for all these headaches, yea no thanks
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... That was a different guy.. You guys are making me feel retarded just cause i believe in ford and dont go to some one else just cause they have more power. Soo what if ford has their issues, its their first year actually building theyre diesel. Ford can make it up...
Well you're the one saying that the Ford diesels are just as good as the Cummins... nobody put those words in your mouth. If you don't want to look silly then make sure you know what you are talking about. The only Ford diesel that gets to be mentioned in the same breath as Cummins is the 7.3L and that isn't even a Ford powerplant as has already been stated.

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my bad I stand corrected but its still the answer. I'm sure he learned about it at some point in his life lol
I did and held onto our 7.3L for pretty much as long as the truck itself would hold out. Got so much rust on the underbody after awhile that we sold it while it still looked good on the surface and is still brought $15k in 2010. This was a 2000 model btw and even with those rust issues it shows how much the 7.3L is worth. The woman who bought it still has it and is using it regularly to haul livestock around.



I miss it... but it needed to be a crew cab anyway and should have been rust proofed back when it was new...

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Ford has been using them for years in the 650 and 750 IIRC. And yes the 7.3L was completely built by International Navistar. The 6.0L and 6.4L were joint Navistar/Ford ventures and the 6.7L is completely in house Ford.

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So what about the Diesel engines from a few years ago, they don't all suck this bad.
Paying an extra 7-8k for all these headaches, yea no thanks
Its the ones from a few years ago that suck the MOST, IE, the 6.0L. The 7.3L and the Cummins are great, the 03-up Powerstrokes and the Duracraps... not so much. However a diesel is worth it if you drive the thing a lot. Basically you calculate how long it would take you to make up the fuel costs and go from there. There is also maintenance to factor in. Its also ALWAYS worth it if you are hauling a big trailer and need the power of the diesel to pull grades. When dudes have near 20,000lb fivers or goosenecks and are going through an area with terrain... kind of have to have a diesel.
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I understand some people can't afford a 5.0 or they just want a v6 instead, whatever the reason is. But what I don't get is someone buying a sixer to just put in another 5-20k into by putting a turbo, exhaust...ect..

To me that just sounds stupid, it's still a v6 vin number. Reason I bring this up is because there was a teen cruising around here, that bought a new 12' sixer but then "invested" (his words not mine) tons of cash in it. Then was gonna sell it soon. Doesn't make sense
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So I was visiting my sister earlier this week and my nephews sperm donor (hate that sob!) came to pick up my nephew. Saw my car and asked if it was a real gt. I said yup, 03. His exact words, "so it's got a supercharged 5.5l in the back?". Took me awhile to comprehend wth he was saying. He didnt know that mustangs came with v8s, didn't know there is such thing as a mustang gt, didn't know that in the GT it was a 5.4 not a 5.5. He thought i was lying to him and ended up saying im doing a ****ty job trying to make a mustang into a GT. I left it at that and bent down to tell my nephew bye and give him a hug, also mentioned to my sister and her ex that i don't want Landyn (nephew) to learn a damn thing from him.

Mind y'all this is one of those *knows everything about everything and never wrong* type of guys that this worthless town seems to be filled with. I feel bad for my nephew. Smh
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So I was visiting my sister earlier this week and my nephews sperm donor (hate that sob!) came to pick up my nephew. Saw my car and asked if it was a real gt. I said yup, 03. His exact words, "so it's got a supercharged 5.5l in the back?". Took me awhile to comprehend wth he was saying. He didnt know that mustangs came with v8s, didn't know there is such thing as a mustang gt, didn't know that in the GT it was a 5.4 not a 5.5. He thought i was lying to him and ended up saying im doing a ****ty job trying to make a mustang into a GT. I left it at that and bent down to tell my nephew bye and give him a hug, also mentioned to my sister and her ex that i don't want Landyn (nephew) to learn a damn thing from him.

Mind y'all this is one of those *knows everything about everything and never wrong* type of guys that this worthless town seems to be filled with. I feel bad for my nephew. Smh
I would have just stood there with this blank look on my face completely speechless lol.
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So I was visiting my sister earlier this week and my nephews sperm donor (hate that sob!) came to pick up my nephew. Saw my car and asked if it was a real gt. I said yup, 03. His exact words, "so it's got a supercharged 5.5l in the back?". Took me awhile to comprehend wth he was saying. He didnt know that mustangs came with v8s, didn't know there is such thing as a mustang gt, didn't know that in the GT it was a 5.4 not a 5.5. He thought i was lying to him and ended up saying im doing a ****ty job trying to make a mustang into a GT. I left it at that and bent down to tell my nephew bye and give him a hug, also mentioned to my sister and her ex that i don't want Landyn (nephew) to learn a damn thing from him.

Mind y'all this is one of those *knows everything about everything and never wrong* type of guys that this worthless town seems to be filled with. I feel bad for my nephew. Smh
It does suck to know that they have to grow up with a "father" like that. I hate POS parents like that.
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I would have just stood there with this blank look on my face completely speechless lol.
Lol I love proving him wrong so that wasn't an option!

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It does suck to know that they have to grow up with a "father" like that. I hate POS parents like that.
Oh man you've no idea. Im going to kill him if he screws up one more time, no joke.
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Im just a 16 year old kid... Besides arnt cummings only 6 cylinders?!
I will tell you like a wise man told me once...."It is better to keep quite and have everyone think you are stupid, then to open your mouth and remove all doubt." Don't get offended, you question was legit, just in the wrong thread.
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Old 07-30-2013, 06:50 PM   #1014
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First off the new motor is a 6.7L. Second, its not all about power numbers. The Cummins is better built, more reliable and unlike the new Ford (which is Ford's FIRST EVER 100% in house built motor), Cummins has been doing it forever. As for 6 cylinders, you do realize that Semi engines are straight 6s right? The Cummins is basically a small Semi engine... well not basically IT IS. The old 5.9L 12V is the monster that everyone wants and they run FOREVER. Fully mechanical EVERYTHING on those. The 24v is ok... not great but way better than most. The Common Rail in the mid-late 2000s is pretty sweet too.

As for some of the 6.0L issues... where to begin... terrible EGR system, oil pumps like to go out, head gaskets like to blow, variable vane turbos that clog up and eat themselves and the fact that Navistar gave Ford the 6.0L with way less power than the 325/600 (IIRC) than Ford eventually hopped it up to. Yes, Ford hopped up the 6.0 from what it was originally intended and then you have dudes beating on them and bad EGR systems and oil pumps and head gaskets/bolts and you figure out what happened.

With that said, once they are Bulletproofed they are pretty good engines. The Bulletproofing of one is not cheap and consists of doing the Bulletproof oil pump, the Bulletproof EGR kit (or the delete), ARP head studs and new OEM Ford headgaskets. The turbos should be inspected but a lot of the issues they had were from before they went over to ultra low sulfur fuel. Still, there are a LOT of farmers who still use farm grade fuel that is NOT ultra low sulfur and that causes the vanes to stick and boom goes the dynamite.
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Here is mine, it is a 6.7 inline 6 with some tuning, injectors, head studs, FASS fuel system, twin CP3's and inter cooler plus all the plumbing, Full deletes, 5'' Turbo back exhaust, 6'' AFE air intake...Dynoed at 684BHP & 936FTLB's at 28PSI boost. Stock it was 350/650...



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Here is mine, it is a 6.7 inline 6 with some tuning, injectors, head studs, FASS fuel system, twin CP3's and inter cooler plus all the plumbing, Full deletes, 5'' Turbo back exhaust, 6'' AFE air intake...Dynoed at 684BHP & 936FTLB's at 28PSI boost. Stock it was 350/650...


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