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post #1 of 36 (permalink) Old 11-09-2007, 01:54 AM Thread Starter
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So I need a new motor

Again, not looking good for Dodge



0 compression on the #4

'01, DRW, Cummins HO, 6spd, hrvp44, holley black, fbd 150hp injectors, edge juice w/ attitude, 4" magnaflow exhaust, Bullseye Power s362 turbo, BHAF, Valair Clutch
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man it sure sounds like you got a lemon. a ripe one too.
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laugh don't you wish you still had the stroker :

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laugh don't you wish you still had the stroker :
I sure do. Live and learn. I'm now officially stuck with this truck I don't believe I'll ever get out of it, close to what I've put in it so I have to keep it

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that sucks man have you found out how much its gonna cost ya?

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Sad to hear that... I've got a buddy with a 1992 Dodge Cummins with over 600K+ miles!

Orignal engine and 22 MPG on average...:Thumbup:

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What are the reasons for the new engines?
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What are the reasons for the new engines?
cummins= new engine every 5 years
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Guess someone forgot to tell my truck. Heck it should have been on it's 3rd now according to your formula. :shrug:
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Funny how I've had to replace the engine in my ford, but both cummins that I've owned have long out lived that thing.

blkspd- Sorry to hear that man, that really sucks. Is there bottom end damage, or are the rings just shot? Seems like a set of rings and pistons would probably do the trick for ya, but its impossible to say from here.
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