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Old 07-23-2008, 07:12 PM
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Pics of 4.4L F150

PickupTrucks.com: Caught - First Underhood Pictures of New 4.4-Liter V-8 Ford Diesel
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im not buyin it. the new engines wont be called powerstrokes
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Old 08-11-2008, 10:12 PM
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Ford will continue to use the Powerstroke name, that way they can continue to claim more Powerstrokes on the road than other diesels. Just like the F series trucks they will stick to it..... Ford owns the trademark not International......
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Ford will continue to use the Powerstroke name, that way they can continue to claim more Powerstrokes on the road than other diesels. Just like the F series trucks they will stick to it..... Ford owns the trademark not International......
from what i heard they will not use the powerstroke name.
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Sure hope they use Powerstroke. Nice link!
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Approx 20% improvement in mileage would bring it to about 15.6 MPG city and 20.4 MPG highway over the 5.4.....
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Really ?

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Really ?

Of course thats likely just a haphazardly mounted, mickey mouse cover intended to somewhat hide whats underneath.
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The cover doesn't look like any ford diesel cover I've seen before, and I doubt they would throw it on just to hide whats under neath. The point of these test mules is to see how the engine behaves and performs in the truck environment it will be in. That little cover could probably trap a lot of heat, so I'm guessing it is just not thrown on their randomly.

It would be incredibly stupid for ford to get rid of the PowerStroke name. The 7.3 is legendary, the 6.0 was meh, but the 6.4 should be a winner. Getting rid of the PowerStroke name at this point would be like getting rid of the F-Series naming.
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The engine cover looks very similar to the one used on the European Range Rover 3.6L TDV8 and as Lead Head pointed out it is probably there as part of the testing.
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I thought the powerstroke name belongs to ford. It would suck just a little if they have to change the name but would not stop me from buying one.
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