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Old 11-30-2009, 02:58 PM
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Ford 6.7 production to start....mention of 4.4 also

Found this a few minutes ago. It also mentions the 4.4 light duty diesel and says it's going to be produced there for use in the Land Rovers. Makes me wonder if they are going to use the Rovers as a test bed for the 4.4 before putting them in the F-150. Even though Ford doesn't own Rover any longer, they apparently still have some kind of agreement with them on engines.

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Found this a few minutes ago. It also mentions the 4.4 light duty diesel and says it's going to be produced there for use in the Land Rovers. Makes me wonder if they are going to use the Rovers as a test bed for the 4.4 before putting them in the F-150. Even though Ford doesn't own Rover any longer, they apparently still have some kind of agreement with them on engines.

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They still supply for land rover.
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From what I have heard?. Ford has had the 4.4L Powerstroke tested and ready now for six years. The power out put was somewhere in the neighborhood of 250hp/400ft/lbswith @30mpg. From what I was told Mr. Fields does not believe the American public wants more diesel powered trucks or cars. Otherwise we would be able to get diesels in four of the current car models[ check the ford site in Europe, South America and Asia] the ranger [2.5 or 3.0l diesels] and the F-150.
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of corse the american public doesnt want more diesel powered vehicles thay want electric cause there stupid
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You can keep your lame a-- electric cars and give me a clean diesel any time of day!!!! Car or truck!
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I don't want electric OR clean diesel. Long live the old diesels!
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wassup diesel fans i get one question for anyone that can help. i just got a 2000 f250 7.3 turbo diesel. should i put on a blow off valve? would it help? do i actually need one? any help would be useful and appreciated
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