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Old 09-06-2004, 11:01 AM
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Has anyone heard any details on the new PS being advertised on TV? It says everyone else will have to play catch-up "again". I believe it said it would be out on 9/9.
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The New? Super-Duty w/ the 6.0

See the specs here:

http://www.fordvehicles.com/Trucks/s...ecperformance/
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still at 560tq?
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Looks like according to their website info, they gained another 10 Lb/ft of torque for '05.



The 6.0L 4V Power StrokeŽ Turbo Diesel combines proven cast-iron construction (block and cylinder heads) with high-tech engineering features such as 4 valves per cylinder and Electronic Variable Response Turbocharger (EVRTTM) for outstanding air flow and power. You can count on the Power StrokeŽ to get the toughest job done right, confident that it is delivering unsurpassed diesel horsepower in a full-size pickup in its class (over 8500 lbs. GVWR). Cast-iron construction makes the Power StrokeŽ not just quiet, but also the longest lasting diesel engine.*
Ratings are 325 hp @ 3300 rpm and 570 lbs. ft. of torque @ 2,000 rpm.

*Based on vehicles in operation, 1994-CYTD March 2004.
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I cant find that. Oh well but Cummins still has them beat. But Dodge doesnt.
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Maybe this new PS will keep the rods in it better this time
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