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Old 05-11-2006, 12:57 AM
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I am not sure wether or not this is true but I have heard that ford is going to put cimmins in the superduties in the next couple of years. The powerstrokes are going to be 6.4L dual tubro and then the cummins will go all to ford after the powerstorkes attempt to fix its problems. What does that mean for dodge well I have also heard that they will go to mitzubishi diesel engines if that is spelled right. If all this is true say good bye to dodges truck line for a while because the cummins has a pretty strong following and their half tons are garbage ( I know I had an 05 hemi for six months and I had it in the shop 7 times). If anyone knows anything about this I would like to hear it.
 
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Old 05-19-2006, 04:58 PM
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well as of 2007 high tech deisel number 3 will come out. this will revolutionize diesel performance. this new fuel will burn cleaner then gasoline but it may have effects on pre 2007 deisels. the effects might be fuel seals going bad, the fuel is still in testing but look it up under deisel muber 3
 
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