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From: JDavis1277 aol.com
Date: Sun, 31 Dec 2000 09:56:09 EST
Subject: The New 6.0 Powerstroke
I'm sure glad Ford is bringing out a new PSD for 2003 model year SDs. I just
wish it was happening NOW because I'm in the market for a new one. I was
even considering a C*# y 6.6 Duramax. Well, maybe not too seriously??? The
6.6's 300 HP in a lighter diesel sounded pretty good.... but the 6.0's 305 HP
in an even lighter diesel sounds a lot better.... plus, it's a Powerstroke
and not an Isuzu.
From all I've read the 6.6 has had a lot of real world testing. I know Ford
will do even better with the 6.0. My dilemma is that I really want to buy a
new truck next year and the 6.0 won't be available until maybe September
2002. Plus, I really don't like to buy version 1.0 of anything. I guess
I'll just have to hang in there and wait!!! :=(
As I recall from reading about it on the Blueovalnews.com site and others,
the 6.0 will deliver 305 HP 3600 RPM and 550 pound feet of torque 2000 RPM
and weigh 800 pounds less than the 7.3. Sounds like a neat package. In view
of some reliability issues with the 4R100(?) transmission I wonder if Ford
will be smart enough to use an Allison behind the new diesel. Seems to me
that a 5 speed automatic would take best advantage of the optimum towing
performance with the 6.0.
Date: Sun, 31 Dec 2000 10:42:11 -0500
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Date: Sun, 31 Dec 2000 14:52:25 -0500
From: Stan Wright <swright hpcisp.com>
Subject: Re: The New 6.0 Powerstroke
According the the message boards at Ford-Diesel.com Ford is developing their own
5-speed automatic for use with the new diesel.
JDavis1277 aol.com wrote:
> I'm sure glad Ford is bringing out a new PSD for 2003 model year SDs. I just
> wish it was happening NOW because I'm in the market for a new one. I was
> even considering a C*# y 6.6 Duramax. Well, maybe not too seriously??? The
> 6.6's 300 HP in a lighter diesel sounded pretty good.... but the 6.0's 305 HP
> in an even lighter diesel sounds a lot better.... plus, it's a Powerstroke
> and not an Isuzu.
> >From all I've read the 6.6 has had a lot of real world testing. I know Ford
> will do even better with the 6.0. My dilemma is that I really want to buy a
> new truck next year and the 6.0 won't be available until maybe September
> 2002. Plus, I really don't like to buy version 1.0 of anything. I guess
> I'll just have to hang in there and wait!!! :=(
> As I recall from reading about it on the Blueovalnews.com site and others,
> the 6.0 will deliver 305 HP 3600 RPM and 550 pound feet of torque 2000 RPM
> and weigh 800 pounds less than the 7.3. Sounds like a neat package. In view
> of some reliability issues with the 4R100(?) transmission I wonder if Ford
> will be smart enough to use an Allison behind the new diesel. Seems to me
> that a 5 speed automatic would take best advantage of the optimum towing
> performance with the 6.0.
Date: Tue, 02 Jan 2001 13:23:09 -0500
From: Ken Payne <kpayne ford-trucks.com>
Subject: CLUB Ford Truck Enthusiasts
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