Category: 2002 News

04/25/2002 – Nascar Driver Terry Cook Shares Tips For Driving Picksup And SUVs

Source: International Truck and Engine Corporation NASCAR DRIVER TERRY COOK SHARES TIPS FOR DRIVING PICKUPS AND SUVS WARRENVILLE, Ill. (April 17, 2002) – Pickup trucks are the best selling vehicles in America, and SUVs are gaining popularity, according to J.D. Power and Associates, largely due to their high safety ratings. But the same thing that […] More »

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11/05/2002 – 3-Valve Technology Improves Modular V-8 Efficiency, Performance

Source: Ford Motor Company 3-VALVE TECHNOLOGY IMPROVES MODULAR V-8 EFFICIENCY, PERFORMANCE All-new three-valve cylinder-head architecture designed to enhance both power and efficiency. Combination of engine technologies produces 300 peak horsepower – a 15-percent improvement in peak horsepower over the previous 5.4-liter engine. Seven-percent improvement in low-speed torque, and 5 percent increase in peak torque. Torque […] More »

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01/03/2002 – Ford F-Series Celebrates 25th Year In A Row As America’s Best-Selling Truck With Record Sales of 911,597

Source: Ford Motor Company FORD F-SERIES CELEBRATES 25TH YEAR IN A ROW AS AMERICA’S BEST-SELLING TRUCK WITH RECORD SALES OF 911,597 Ford Motor Company’s December 2001 U.S. Sales Rise 2.0 % Compared With Year Ago DEARBORN, MI, January 3, 2002 – For the 25th year in a row, the Ford F-Series is the best-selling truck […] More »

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05/28/2002 – Ford Announces New 6.0-Liter Power Stroke Diesel Truck Engine

Source: Ford Motor Company FORD ANNOUNCES NEW 6.0-LITER POWER STROKE DIESEL TRUCK ENGINE DEARBORN, Mich., May 28, 2002 – Ford Motor Company today announced it will introduce an all-new 6.0-liter V-8 diesel engine and a heavy-duty 5-speed automatic transmission beginning in early 2003 for its F-Series Super Duty pickup and Ford Excursion sport-utility vehicle. 6.0-liter […] More »

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11/05/2002 – Preliminary Technical Specifications – Triton V-8

Source: Ford Motor Company PRELIMINARY TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS – TRITON V-8 5.4-liter, 3-valve Triton™ V-8 Engine Preliminary Technical Specifications Engine data Engine type Single-overhead-cam (SOHC) 3-valve, 90-degree V-8Cylinder heads manufactured Windsor (Ontario) Engine PlantFinal engine assembly at Essex (Ontario) Engine Plant Displacement 5.4 liters (330 cubic inches) Bore 3.55 in. / 90.2 mm Stroke 4.17 in. […] More »

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