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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 09-12-2006, 07:56 PM Thread Starter
 
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Cummins ISB info

The Cummins ISB 6.7L is now the standard motor for the Ford F650/750. Just got some info from my Ford contact. Some items of interest: (these are all from the Ford application, may not apply to Dodge)

In the Ford will have 8 power ratings from 200 to 325 hp. Max torque with 325 hp is 725 lb-ft torque.

Cummins VG Turbo will double as an exhaust brake.

Oil & filter change interval: 15,000 miles.

I think this is going to be a really good motor.
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Cummins VG Turbo doubling as a exhaust brake is going to be on the Dodges.
PM intervals are the same as well. Like usually though the power ratings are going to be different, less horse, more torque on the top rated engine.

It's always amazing working on the F-750's with the same basic engine as my 3/4 Ton truck.
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I think Cummins is really going to have a winner in all applications with this engine. Primary Ford & Paccar medium duty and in the Dodges.
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We'll just have to wait and see when the ULSD fuel hits the pumps
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I thought that the ULSD if already at the pumps. When is it supposed to be at all of the pumps?
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its already here. been here since june and we havent seen that much difference.
i was just reading heavy duty trucking and has and article about the dodge 6.7
rated at 350 hp and 650 tq back by a six speed auto. inservice january.
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