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Old 07-05-2006, 08:08 PM
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'07 Expedition Detailed Specs

Expedition // Expedition EL

BODY
Construction Steel body on fully boxed frame
Final Assembly Location Michigan Truck Plant, Wayne Mich.

POWERTRAIN AND CHASSIS
ENGINE
Type V-8
Manufacturing location Windsor Engine Plant
Configuration Cast Iron Block and aluminum heads
Intake manifold Composite intake with charge-motion control valves
Exhaust manifold Cast iron swept runner design
Crankshaft Steel
Redline 5400 rpm
Minimum Idle Speed in Drive 5500 rpm
Throttle Body 75 mm electronically controlled
Valvetrain SOHC, 3 valves per cylinder, variable camshaft timing
Valve diameter Intake: 33.8 mm; Exhaust: 37.5 mm
Pistons Strutless modified barrel skirt; Hypereutectic aluminum alloy with graphite skirt coating
Connecting Rods Powdered metal
Ignition 12 volt coil-on-plug system
Bore x stroke 3.55 x 4.17 in. / 90.2 x 105.9 mm
Displacement 330 cu. in. / 5408 cc
Compression Ratio 9.8:1
Horsepower 300 @ 5,000 rpm
Horsepower per liter 55.5
Torque 365 lb.-ft. @ 3,750 rpm
Recommended fuel 87 Octane
Fuel capacity 28.0 gallons // 34.0 gallons
Fuel Injection Sequential multi-port electronic
Emission Control Closed loop with catalyst
Emissions (tailpipe/evaporation) Tier 2, Bin 5 / LEV II-ULEV II
Oil capacity 7.0 quarts
Recommended Oil SAE 5W20
Coolant capacity 20.6 quarts; 23.2 quarts with auxiliary AC

DRIVETRAIN
Layout Rear- or four-wheel drive

TRANSMISSION
Standard 6-speed automatic overdrive
Gear Ratios
1st 4.17:1
2nd 2.34:1
3rd 1.52:1
4th 1.14:1
5th 0.86:1
6th 0.69:1
REV 3.40:1

REAR AXLE RATIO
Standard 3.31 // 3.73
Optional 3.73 // 3.73

SUSPENSION
Front Independent, double-wishbone, short- and long-arms (SLA) design with coil-over shocks. 36 mm stabilizer bar
Rear Independent, multilink design with coil-over shocks. 18 mm, 19 mm or 21 mm stabilizer bar

STEERING
Type Low-friction rack and pinion with power assist
Steering column Manual tilt
Ratio 20:1
Turns lock-to-lock 3.2 turns
Turning circle curb-to-curb 40.83 ft //43.93 ft

BRAKES
Type Four wheel power disc brakes with standard 4 sensor, 4 channel anti lock braking system (ABS) and AdvanceTrac® with Roll Stability Control
Front 343 x 34 mm ventilated
Swept area 1,829.6 cm2
Rear 334.5 x 22 mm ventilated
Swept area 1,025.6 cm2
Power assist Vacuum with ABS

TIRES AND WHEELS
P265/70R17 A/S BSW tires/ 17 x 7.5 in. styled steel wheels
P265/70R17 A/T OWL tires/ 17 x 8.0 in. machined aluminum wheels
P265/70R17 A/S OWL tires/ 17 x 8.0 in. painted aluminum wheels
P255/70R18 A/S OWL tires/ 18 x 8.5 in. machined aluminum wheels
P255/70R18 A/S OWL tires/ 18 x 8.5 in. chrome-clad aluminum wheels
P275/50R20 A/S BSW tires/ 20 x 8.5 in. chrome-clad aluminum wheels
Recommended tire pressure (front/rear) 35 psi / 35 psi (17-in wheels)
35 psi / 35 psi (18-inch wheels)
35 psi / 35 psi (20-inch wheels)

DIMENSIONS (inches unless otherwise noted)
EXTERIOR Expedition // Expedition EL
Wheelbase 119.0 // 131.0
Overall length 205.8 // 220.5
Overall width 78.7 // 78.7
Overall height 76.7 // 76.7
Track width, front/rear 66.9/67.0 // 66.9/67.0
Ground clearance 8.7 // 8.7
Approach angle 22.8 // 23.1
Departure angle 21.4 // 21.1
Ramp breakover angle 18.3 // 17.6

INTERIOR
Headroom
Front row 39.6 // 39.5
Second row 39.8 // 39.7
Third row 38.3 // 37.6
Legroom
Front row 41.2 // 41.2
Second row 39.1 // 39.1
Third row 37.7 // 37.7
Shoulder room
Front row 63.2 // 63.2
Second row 63.7 // 63.7
Third row 51.9 // 67.1
Hip room
Front row 60.2 // 60.2
Second row 59.9 // 59.9
Third row 50.2 // 51.8

WEIGHTS AND CAPACITIES (pounds unless otherwise noted)
Cargo Volume Expedition // Expedition EL
Behind first row 108.2 cu. ft. // 130.8 cu. ft.
Behind second row 54.9 cu. ft. // 85.5 cu. ft.
Behind third row 18.6 cu. ft. // 42.6 cu. ft.
Maximum towing capacity (when properly equipped)
4X2 9100 // 8900
4X4 9030 // 8680
Maximum payload
4X2 1,822 // 1,697
4X4 1,895 // 1,745
Base curb weight
4X2 5578 // 5928
4X4 5805 // 6155
Weight distribution (f/r)
4X2 53/47 // 53/47
4X4 54/46 // 54/46

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Old 07-06-2006, 12:21 PM
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5400 RPM redline? Are you sure thats correct? I wonder what kind of fuel economy numbers we'll be seein.
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Old 07-06-2006, 10:24 PM
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Minimum Idle Speed in Drive 5500 rpm
Dang! Going to be some smokin' tires at stoplights!


Gotta love typos...
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Old 07-06-2006, 10:30 PM
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It was a copy and paste thing! Don't shoot the messenger

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Old 07-07-2006, 12:43 AM
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Definitely not your fault. I just thought it was funny.

Are the brochures out yet?
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Old 07-31-2006, 12:50 AM
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It looks like GVWR for the
4x2 is 7400 for Expedition and 7600 for EL
4x4 is 7700 for Expedition and 7900 for EL

quite a bit different than the 9200 I'm used to in a 4x4 PSD Excursion.
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Needs more horsepower!.. The base vortec is 315hp now.. The generation 4 vortec is at 367 hp... They also have a option for a 6.2 liter 380 horsepower on the Denali's.. The 5.3 315hp is rated at 20mpg.... The expedition is very nice, Ford needs to step up the hp's.. all their cars are underpowered..
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Old 08-03-2006, 12:33 PM
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Electro,

It would be nice to see the 6.2L Hurricane be an option on the Expedition whenever the motor becomes a reality. Until then, unless a diesel is built the 5.4L is all you're going to get.

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Seating in the middle seat!

Guys,

Do you know if there are any other seating options?
40/20/40 is what I am seeing!

We are expecting twins... then have a two year old and a three year old...

Need a 70/30 split like the suburban?

Anyone know?
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