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Chassis Cab 6.7L gets single conventional turbo...

Anyone know why this would be? Is there anyone out there that would know how this would change the cooling architecture since the single turbo on the cab/chassis 6.7L's probably doesn't need to be liquid cooled.

I'm also guessing that the chassis cab's will have noticably less power.
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Where did you hear this? Seems weird that they would change it up since they have never in the past.

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He got some of his info from the bowtie boys I bet..

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Here is the info I just got on them.

The F-450/550 chassis cabs and I belive the F-350 chassis cabs are using different turbo setups as well as different EGR valves. I know at least part of it has to do with emissions...

Description of Pickup Turbo...


• Single-sequential turbocharger


– Includes an industry-first double-sided compressor

wheel mounted on a single shaft by Honeywell



– Combines the advantages of a twin-turbocharged


system (fast throttle response) and a large
turbocharged system (ability to compress and force
air into the engine for more power) into one unit
– Provides up to 30 psi of boost
– Features a center-mounted pedestal design at
the rear of the engine to help improve NVH
characteristics and access for service

Description of Chassis Turbo...


• Single-stage turbocharger


– A compact and efficient variable-geometry design
helps deliver maximum power quickly
– Provides up to 30 psi of boost
– Features a center-mounted pedestal design at
the rear of the engine to help improve NVH
characteristics and access for service

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I bet it has something to do with Ford's warranty participation. In other words if one of the Honeywell's goes out it cost Ford x amount of $$$$ and if the sing state turbo goes out it cost x amount of $$$$$ and they know that guys driving trucks that aren't theirs and working them the hardest day in and day out on top of not caring about them are going to see more failed turbo's. So basically one turbo is for marketing and bragging rights and the other is to provide good power but save them $$$ in the long run with warranty claims... let's face it when ever ANY company does almost anything and you wonder why you can always revert back to one answer... "THE BOTTOM LINE $$$$$$"
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I bet it has something to do with Ford's warranty participation. In other words if one of the Honeywell's goes out it cost Ford x amount of $$$$ and if the sing state turbo goes out it cost x amount of $$$$$ and they know that guys driving trucks that aren't theirs and working them the hardest day in and day out on top of not caring about them are going to see more failed turbo's. So basically one turbo is for marketing and bragging rights and the other is to provide good power but save them $$$ in the long run with warranty claims... let's face it when ever ANY company does almost anything and you wonder why you can always revert back to one answer... "THE BOTTOM LINE $$$$$$"
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He got some of his info from the bowtie boys I bet..
Rutcutter, I actually saw it on page 12 of this pdf: https://www.thedieselgarage.com/forum...0&d=1266505232
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I must be missing something. I don't see anything where it says the Chassis Cabs would run a different turbo than the pickups.

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all 6.7ls will have one turbo

06 F250 6.0L ID tuning. RCD EGR delete 03 turbo
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I must be missing something. I don't see anything where it says the Chassis Cabs would run a different turbo than the pickups.
You're right, you're missing something... I have a 28" High Def computer monitor and see a lot of stuff that is normally hard to see or impossible to see with smaller monitors... I went to page twelve and blew up the bottom corner of the page and cropped it so you could see what I was talking about.

"To meet the needs of their unique commerical applications, Chassis Cab models feature a convential turbocharger design."



you guys are a tough crowd to please!

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