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Old 11-07-2007, 11:06 PM
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2010 cummins

I have been informed that Ford is going to go with the 6cylinder Cummins diesel for their 2010 F-series. And Dodge is putting Mercedes-Benz Diesels in their Ram-series.

Can anybody confirm this? Is Ford finally getting a good diesel engine after all these years with the (to me dissapointing) PSD.
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Old 11-07-2007, 11:19 PM
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The people in the know say it will not be a cummins is going to be a 4.4L built in house by ford and is going to be built in mexico.
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Old 11-07-2007, 11:22 PM
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yes, i know about the 4.4L, but what about the superduty's? they won't put a small engine like that in a big tow truck i suppose...
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You were sadly misinformed. The RAM 1500 is getting the v8 Cummins and the F150 is getting a inhouse Ford diesel.
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also why would dodge go with mercedes after the big split?
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Ford will be going inhouse with the super duty as well, they are allready working on the PS replacement.
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I wouldnt want a straight six in my SuperDuty anyways.... not enough highway power.... they might make a little more outta the hole....but every duramax and PSD wasted the dodges when towing down the highway
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I have been informed that Ford is going to go with the 6cylinder Cummins diesel for their 2010 F-series. And Dodge is putting Mercedes-Benz Diesels in their Ram-series.

Can anybody confirm this? Is Ford finally getting a good diesel engine after all these years with the (to me dissapointing) PSD.
Ford is developing 4.4L V8 "Lion" and 6.7L V8 "Scorpion" diesels for the F-Series. The engines employ tech developed in Ford's European joint venture with Peugeot, stuff Navistar can only dream of.

The engines will be assembled in Chihuahua, Mexico. The 6.7 makes 400 hp @ 3,600 rpm and 700 lb.-ft. @ 1,600 rpm.

No Cummins in 2010.

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Big Bad is correct. Lion/Scorpion. Catchy names
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700 FT/LBS OF TORQUE!!! CANT THAT BE RIGHT?!?!?!?!?
I only used above icon because I couldnt find one that was drooling.
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Ford is developing 4.4L V8 "Lion" and 6.7L V8 "Scorpion" diesels for the F-Series. The engines employ tech developed in Ford's European joint venture with Peugeot, stuff Navistar can only dream of.

The engines will be assembled in Chihuahua, Mexico. The 6.7 makes 400 hp @ 3,600 rpm and 700 lb.-ft. @ 1,600 rpm.

No Cummins in 2010.
I would just like someone to say when the f150 is going to have the diesel as I really want to stay with the 150 but do not want to wait another year for it. I saved up all my pennies to pay cash for this truck and I only want to buy what I want as this is the last time I get a brand new truck. If the scorpion theory is correct maybe worth waiting for.
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um 700??? holly mother of god =] @_@ thats crazy well cant wait to see that one. i always admired superduties... plus 4.4 lion engine in the f150 is what i might talking to my mom into getting =P.
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i have also read that the dodge 3/4 and 1-ton trucks are possibly going to be getting v-8 cummins diesels in the future
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Ford and Cummins will never be a reality. Ford has had long term contracts with Navistar, and has been working on an in house diesel. The ONLY time Ford has ever had any direct involvement with Cummins, was the brief period of time in which Ford bought and sold some Cummins stock.
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