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Another new article on the 6.7L... With a sneak peak under the hood...

 
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I of course couldnt see the picture...
 
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720 ft lbs....stock!!! That is insane!
 
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Pic seems to have been removed,,sounds nice though

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People are forgetting that you can get both a six speed and the fuel mileage increase right now.


Get the stick shift.....
i know people go" wow a 6 speed!!!" you have been able to get that with a stick since the 90's
 
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spy pic radiator

I noticed on the radiator in the picture that it has side tanks instead of the top and bottom tanks. Did ford change the configuration after the 7.3l? It was my understanding that diesels used the vertical tank configuration due to the extreme heat the engines had and the better efficiency of the vertical tanks. I've seen the 6.0L and can't remember if they are also vertical and have never seen the 6.4L.
If they(Ford) have changed this I wander what their logic was behind it.
 
 
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