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    It seems pretty impressive other than adding urea...and those dually fenders are hideous IMO.
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    Looks like a nice engine.
    Given the issues that smog-control is playing with all of these new diesels, I would wait a year for the kinks to get ironed out. Just my $0.02

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahiti Boss21 View Post
    It seems pretty impressive other than adding urea...and those dually fenders are hideous IMO.
    I have been on the 6.7L diesel team for 2yrs now, and will continue with on going testing for the future.

    For the longest time I only saw the engines during build and in the dyno cells, once I saw the dually and the nasty ass fenders I felt the same way! Looks like and after thought! No style at all... Well? That's all I can say.

    The Urea is a down stream item (exhaust) Nothing to do with the engine, and it's a EPA deal. All NEW Diesels will have to run it. Even the big boy's. (Peter-cars, K'W's. ec...)
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    Quote Originally Posted by blown86hallet View Post
    I have been on the 6.7L diesel team for 2yrs now, and will continue with on going testing for the future.

    For the longest time I only saw the engines during build and in the dyno cells, once I saw the dually and the nasty ass fenders I felt the same way! Looks like and after thought! No style at all... Well? That's all I can say.

    The Urea is a down stream item (exhaust) Nothing to do with the engine, and it's a EPA deal. All NEW Diesels will have to run it. Even the big boy's. (Peter-cars, K'W's. ec...)
    Have you been doing the independent tests on the engine, or working with Ford? Do you know anyone on the engine team? I had a chance to talk to Tony, for hours actually, at the SEMA show, awesome guy, and awesome engine. The new 6.7 is pretty exciting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PowerAddict View Post
    Have you been doing the independent tests on the engine, or working with Ford? Do you know anyone on the engine team? I had a chance to talk to Tony, for hours actually, at the SEMA show, awesome guy, and awesome engine. The new 6.7 is pretty exciting.
    I'm with Ford, on the 6.7L team. What Tony are you talking about? Tony D.?

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    blown86hallet...why did they change the rear fenders anyway?
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    Quote Originally Posted by blown86hallet View Post
    I'm with Ford, on the 6.7L team. What Tony are you talking about? Tony D.?
    I can't remember his last name, doesn't come up in convo you know? He was the chief engineer on the team though, the English guy.

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    Looks pretty impressive. "IF YOU WANT SOMETHING DONE RIGHT....YOU HAVE TO DO IT YOURSELF" . . . .ouch! But thats what Navistar gets for making the 6.0 powerstroke..........
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    Quote Originally Posted by PowerAddict View Post
    I can't remember his last name, doesn't come up in convo you know? He was the chief engineer on the team though, the English guy.
    Only guy comming to mind is Tony Hudson.. Yes English guy, but not a chief engineer.?

    Fenders?? Don't get me started! I think they were an after thought!! UGLY in my mind!

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    haha, well, its gotta be the same guy how many english tony's could there be?

    Have they realeased the HP numbers yet, he didn't want to give away too much when I spoke with him.

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