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Difference 12,24 and Cr

What is the difference in these besides the obvious valve count. What is so different about the CR? It isn;t a cummins? I'm looking to do a swap and wanna know what difference is

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The CR is feed Fuel by a single "Common Rail" and not 6 individual fuel lines...

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I'm doing the swap also. I just bought a 12 valve really cheap. am I better off selling it and doing a common rail conversion. it will be going into a 2004 ford F-250 with a 6.0. i'm not looking to make big horse power but would like to be comparable with the 6.0 liter power and drivability. approx 400 to 500 rwhp.

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From what I have been reading a 12v is the easiest

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Go with the 12V it will be easyer and simpler. Take the time to install head studs and O rings before you install the engine. Tab the Killer Dowel Pin, and if you want 400 to 500 hp to be streetable you may as well plan on twins to keep the smoke down. You can make plenty of power with a big single turbo but it will be laggie and smokey.
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