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Old 02-05-2006, 08:27 PM
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Hey, is the acceleration going to be improved anymore on the new model with a 6 speed? Whats the difference?

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I don't think the ratios of the tranny have been posted anywhere. That would help in at least guessing as to its performance.
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I dont think so I have driven the 05 Navigator which has this trans already and it feels about the same just smoother than the 4 speed and MPG is worse in the nav, buy 1 mpg.
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the 05 navi has the old 6 speed. this new 6 speed will replace both the lincoln 6 speed and the ford 4 speed.
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the 05 navi has the old 6 speed. this new 6 speed will replace both the lincoln 6 speed and the ford 4 speed.
Cool I didnt know they had a differnt one comming out.
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Expy XL + 5.4L = T-O-A-D

Doesn't matter what transmission Ford uses.
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The Spec's are posted here on FTE first gear is 4.17 to 1 that should help get this beast moving pretty good for it's weight.
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Expy XL + 5.4L = T-O-A-D

Doesn't matter what transmission Ford uses.
Not like Chevy Suburban does any better.
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Rumor...

Has it that Ford "may" adapt Super Duty Engines to the Extended version...

Let's pray they do!
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Hope not, I'd hate to see them all in the shop
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I was kind of hoping for the 300 6 with 4.56 gears and 2-speed axle.
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Hope not, I'd hate to see them all in the shop
Wow...your vast knowledge, and repetetive posting makes me feel warm inside.

4.17:1 1st will definately see an improvement in performance...even if only subtle.
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