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Old 03-27-2007, 07:26 PM
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But what is causing the Flame? If you look at all the emissions crap its plastic. You cant tell me that two turbos spinning really fast dont make some heat? I know there High temp composite plastic but common! The motor is already a Heavy u know wut. What is a little bit of more metal going to hurt?
 
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Old 03-27-2007, 07:31 PM
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What would it take to make our 7.3L's a competetor in the Diesel market today and what would stay the same?
 
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Old 03-27-2007, 07:42 PM
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that is something that i do like about dodge is that upuntil this year, dodge has always had the same engine. they just change and upgrade things over the years to keep up with the times....ford had one good diesel for like ten years, then the 6.0 and consumers thought hey! this thing sucks!; so to save face ford comes out with the "all new" 6.4 (wolf in sheeps clothing) add twin turbos and common rail for advertising and TADA!! (hey whys the truck on fire?) lol....
 
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I think that Everything to the block, internals heads would be good the same. I also think that maby ford can change the injectors due to the #8 Failing. Maby test out a new injector system. I dont know if i would go with the 6.0 one. Also a new CPS. I think they can probably put the Emissions Filters on but get rid of the plastic, like i said there not making it any lighter anyways just making more problems in the long run. Maby also stick with the new cooling system they have for the 6.4 which doubles the Efficency. Then put the Compound twins on that baby and let it rip. Congrats the 7.3L is reborn! Now heres a question, What is different between the 6.4L Block and the 7.3L block other than the 6.4 is obviously smaller? Also where do they get that 650 Torque and 350 HP?
 
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Actually only the block is the same as the 6.0, the heads have been changed and beefed up to handle the extra power. And the twin turbos serve a purpose and from what I hear are pretty nice to have.
 
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Miller Exactly. Look at dodge for example. They did nothing but improve and now look at the 6.7L! That thing has to be a beast! All thats different between the 5.9 and 6.7 is the size of the bore and stroke!
 
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OK my bad, So the head makes the HP right? Make it fit on a 7.3L, as long as there cast iron.
 
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All that extra massive power is thanks to the much better Piezo common rail injectors...plus the higher pressure of the fuel. Now with all that new crap on the 7.3 block we would have our selfs a Beast of a motor...lol.
 
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Old 03-27-2007, 07:53 PM
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oOOOOOO yea now your talkin! We need a ford Rep on this site and tell him whats up!
 
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id like to see an inline eight 7.3 with common rail, twin turbos, customer programmable fule, and shift points, im thinking.......dummy exhaust for smog testing..... forget this DPF stuff... otional 8 speed manual with split rearend

not to change the subject but why is the dpf not a changeable filter that one would change when they change the oil? i think if that was invented life would be much eaiser....
 
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Care to estimate the power....lol It would have some massive torque for sure haha.
 
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Considering the temps that the DPF encounters and the type of metal its made out of that would be one expensive Oil change item......Ughh!
 
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i would think that just going from a V to an inline would almost double the torque..i have an old 300 inline that i can just dump the clutch on and it wont die...i have another truck with a 390 that wont do that...
 
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lol, Maby ford should maket there own basic design of a cummings? Throw on a valve cover that says Ford and call her good. Only twin turbos! cant forget that!
 
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Old 03-27-2007, 08:08 PM
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Ok i figured it out! Its gonna be a straight 6. Nothing to do with dodge! The bore of the piston is a 4.5 inch, and the stroke is a massive 5 inch stroke. That brings it out to a 7.8L or a 477 CID. Throw on the Pizo or wutever they are injectors, (common Rail). Then put Twin Garrett Turbos on it. Im not to sure about emissions guys lol. I cut cats off and throw flowmasters on, Or straight pipes so you on your own for that one!
 

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