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Oregun

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Posted: 09/10/22 11:12am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

New Superduty gas engine for 2023.

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2020?


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That was a waste of a click. It "could" be with no details other than it might be a 6.8 that doesn't exist yet.


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If it was a turbo 6.8 it might be of interest. Personally I would not go gas without some boost since I cross the mountains a lot and am spoiled by my turbo charged vehicles now and before.


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What’s with the spam? Thought you were a real, contributing member here….


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SoonDockin wrote:

If it was a turbo 6.8 it might be of interest. Personally I would not go gas without some boost since I cross the mountains a lot and am spoiled by my turbo charged vehicles now and before.


Yep, put 20# of boost on a 6.8 and watch the fuel gauge drop like a rock!


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Grit dog wrote:



What’s with the spam? Thought you were a real, contributing member here….


I like ford gassers. No spam!
Its not offical yet but it is coming.

Here is more.

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Manufacturer 1 upmanship. Ford had the 6.2 as the base, up in displacement from GMs 6.0. GM upped it to the 6.6 for base engine. Ford had to counter. Most folks realize a few 10ths makes little difference but then you have a lot of obsessed fan boys.


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Seems a little ridiculous. 6.8 vs 7.3? Ford should just put one gas motor in, the 7.3 Godzilla, which, so far has proven to be a great engine. That way, they could use economy of scale to keep costs in line.

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Jackathan wrote:

Seems a little ridiculous. 6.8 vs 7.3? Ford should just put one gas motor in, the 7.3 Godzilla, which, so far has proven to be a great engine. That way, they could use economy of scale to keep costs in line.



Are you talking about the old Ford plagued 7.3 Power Stroke. Thanks to my research I saved myself from buying one many years ago and instead went with a real winner. Cheers to the good guys.

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