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Yes in the May 2007 issue of FourWheeler it does talk about "IN" house diesels from FORD.

2010
Both the 6.7L V8
and
the 4.4L V6
The 4.4L is a V8 not a V6, and should be in the F-150 for 2009. It could be possible that it also ends up in the Super Duty for 2010 as a entry level diesel.
 
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So wasnt this 6.4 tested all summer long last year????? "Timholt" says to wait till it gets hot out?...please.... These trucks were spotted down south all last summer, im not so sure heats gonna be a problem for them.
 

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Originally Posted by PowerStrokeHD
The 4.4L is a V8 not a V6, and should be in the F-150 for 2009. It could be possible that it also ends up in the Super Duty for 2010 as a entry level diesel.
Do you have a copy of FourWheeler May 2007 edition, page 16?

If not, then you might go out and buy one...so you can see for yourself. According to the mag... the 4.4L is a V6.


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So wasnt this 6.4 tested all summer long last year????? "Timholt" says to wait till it gets hot out?...please.... These trucks were spotted down south all last summer, im not so sure heats gonna be a problem for them.
I agree...the heat shouldn't be a big deal as it was with the 6.0L PSD. Afterall, the 6.4L PSD has WAY more cooling capacity...with a larger radiator and a water pump that doubles the 6.0L flow rate.

IMO...it is unfortunate that the 6.4L is going to be a short production run. But if FORD and NAV cannot play well together, then it's best that FORD take the soon to be new 6.7L and design it in house.


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ITS A NEW ENGINE! Let them figure it out. If you have to point fingers look at the 5.4 when they first came out! My dad bought one and it didnt even have 1000 miles on it and it blew up. Ford was on that problem fast and put in new motor that was better. All i gotta say is if ford screws this up, i dont know what will happen. They need this motor to take off and do good. And with the thing about ford making an in house motor. If i remember right ford came up with the fuel injector system on the 6.0? That didnt work out to well. I might be wrong but i thought i read that once.
 
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One guy says they didn't test them hot, one guy says they didn't test them cold.
 
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LOL Did they test them at all? LOL O geez. I thought i saw a couple durring the winter time so i know they tested them cold, and they tested them alot. I saw these trucks at least once a day on the highway and around down.
 
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Originally Posted by biz4two
Do you have a copy of FourWheeler May 2007 edition, page 16?

If not, then you might go out and buy one...so you can see for yourself. According to the mag... the 4.4L is a V6.


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I do not need the magazine, as I do believe that is what it says. Maybe it was a misprint. The 4.4L will be based off the 3.6L TDV8. The 3.6L TDV8 (recently released in Europe) was devloped from the old 2.7L TDV6 (no longer in production).
 
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I'm sure the 6.4 will be fine. There will be a few bugs, as ANY new engine platform has.
As far as an in house diesel. I can't see why Ford can't jsut bring one over from GB. Heck, they built the new plant, and supposedly it's capable of 700,000 units a year.
 
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To solve all the problems. Bring out a Redesigned 7.3! Improve on some of the very few problems, and make it so it fits the emissions standards. The 7.3L is a Perfect Foundation and i know that many people would agree. Ford made the biggest mistake by changing that motor!
 
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I agree, a redesigned 7.3 to meet emission standards, Even if its completly reworked with twin turbos, It would still sell like crazy being a 7.3.
 
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Yea the 7.3 Has a Great name! Good Reputation.
 
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It would be nice if they could just stuff a 7.3L in a new SD.......I am sorry but I still think there would be problems.....The Eng block would be the same but thats about it, new Piezo injectors, glow plugs, cooling system, and possible twin turbos plus not to mention its gonna have a DPF and it could still be a flame thrower if they dont do it right. About the only advantage is the Displacement. I love my 7.3L but it is decades away from becomeing the new Diesel engine of the future.
 

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