Location:Home > Turbo Industry News > Diesel turbochargers > Ford introduces second-generation 6.7L Power Stroke V8 Diesel for F-Series Super Duty; Gen 1 hits 50

Ford introduces second-generation 6.7L Power Stroke V8 Diesel for F-Series Super Duty; Gen 1 hits 50

Time:2018-01-09 03:20Turbochargers information Click:

online news analysis sustain

Ford introduces second-generation 6.7L Power Stroke V8 Diesel for F-Series Super Duty; Gen 1 hits 50

1. This engine architecture is used by BMW and Audi for many years (not in diesels mostly), so what is new again...?
2. @gryf Both Bob Lutz creations are too expensive and less efficient than advertised otherwise they would overflow the market. ...and there are many reasons for that. Even the general idea is right it does not mean that it is (was) implemented correctly.

Posted by: CarCrazy |

Ford introduces second-generation 6.7L Power Stroke V8 Diesel for F-Series Super Duty; Gen 1 hits 50

The electrification of the automobile is progressing well and economies of scale will occur. Audi, BMW, Ferrari, McLaren, Porsche, Renault, Nissan, Honda and others are making enormous progress. Not just for economy or government regulations, look at the Audi R18 etron quattro (winner of Lemans 2012, 2013) or the Porsche 918 for example. Of course, there will be some nostalgia for the old ICE, if you caught on TV Jeremy Clarkson (Top Gear) driving a V-12 Aston Martin through the English countryside you get the idea. As an old engineer I liked the old cars too.

Posted by: gryf |

Ford introduces second-generation 6.7L Power Stroke V8 Diesel for F-Series Super Duty; Gen 1 hits 50

@ Richard C Burton As no disrespect a commonly referenced term in the diesel world, Horsepower is what sells engines torque is what wins races. The commonly used reference is referring to the power produced by the engine, to get horsepower you first have to establish a torque figure. Diesels are meant for work not play or anything else the current figures on the 6.7 PSD are 400/800 you have to factor the power loss through the automatic transmission in also.

As torque is found low in the power band versus the high end commonly defined in horsepower figures. As for the older Fords which used HPOP (high pressure oil pump) and HUEI (hydraulically activated, electronically controlled, unit injector) which had substantially fuel bar pressure and between the 7.3 94-97 and 99-03 and 6.0 03.5-07 the variances are substantial.

94-97 used a AA all trucks and non-California
AB- late 1996 California, all 1997 California, most 97-98 E-series, 1999 (early) F-series
99-03 AD all trucks and vans

03.5-07 Used HEUI style injectors that for every injection pulse by plunger and fuel barrel it could inject 5 times per injection pulse.

The reason Fords are loud is the low pressure fuel system they used until the 6.4 which utilized a common rail injection system aka a Bosch cp3 which is a upgrade from a HPOP/HUEI system. For the 6.7 and all MY2011+ trucks use a Bosch cp4.2 the reason the new 6.7 PSD is so quite it utilizes a reversed head design and air to water intercooler. As for the smell it could be many things fuel quality or winter fuel which causes the truck to lose 2-4 MPG+, power, smoke more and have more "compression ignition knock" I hope I was helpful.

Posted by: MEDieselTech25 |

Verify your Comment Previewing your Comment

Posted by:  | 

This is only a preview. Your comment has not yet been posted.

Your comment could not be posted. Error type:

Your comment has been posted.

The letters and numbers you entered did not match the image. Please try again.

As a final step before posting your comment, enter the letters and numbers you see in the image below. This prevents automated programs from posting comments.

Having trouble reading this image?

Ford introduces second-generation 6.7L Power Stroke V8 Diesel for F-Series Super Duty; Gen 1 hits 50

This weblog only allows comments from registered TypeKey users. To comment, please enable JavaScript so you can sign into TypeKey.

Green Car Congress © 2018 BioAge Group, LLC. All Rights Reserved. | Home | BioAge Group


Copyright infringement? Click Here!