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Fords new 7.3 liter engine is a pushrod engine? #5001967 02/05/19 11:56 AM
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Fords new 7.3 liter engine for their HD trucks. Doesn’t look like an OHC engine to me...

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Re: Fords new 7.3 liter engine is a pushrod engine? [Re: double vanos] #5001972 02/05/19 12:01 PM
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Forgot to add that I just got this from automotive news. Far cry from their OHC offerings. When I bought my ‘11 FX4 you could get the 6.2 OHC engine as an option.
Hope this isn’t old news.


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Re: Fords new 7.3 liter engine is a pushrod engine? [Re: double vanos] #5001973 02/05/19 12:01 PM
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Re: Fords new 7.3 liter engine is a pushrod engine? [Re: double vanos] #5001975 02/05/19 12:05 PM
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Re: Fords new 7.3 liter engine is a pushrod engine? [Re: E365] #5001980 02/05/19 12:10 PM
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Yeah … I’m getting blocked from the server due to Russian collusion country I’m in … but this says pushrod



What’s he got, breaux ?

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Re: Fords new 7.3 liter engine is a pushrod engine? [Re: double vanos] #5001993 02/05/19 12:23 PM
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Nothing wrong with pushrod engines. Like any engineering solutions, they have their advantages and disadvantages. OHC engines, although seen as modern, have a lot of disadvantages that keeps the pushrod engines employed to this day.


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Re: Fords new 7.3 liter engine is a pushrod engine? [Re: KrisZ] #5002015 02/05/19 12:46 PM
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Originally Posted by KrisZ
Nothing wrong with pushrod engines. Like any engineering solutions, they have their advantages and disadvantages. OHC engines, although seen as modern, have a lot of disadvantages that keeps the pushrod engines employed to this day.


There's something to be said for the simplicity and reliability of pushrod mills. GM's success with the LSx family, and its compact nature, as well as Mopar's HEMI have proven it isn't obsolete yet. I couldn't imagine trying to turn a wrench on a comparable displacement OHC mill in my Jeep crzy


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Re: Fords new 7.3 liter engine is a pushrod engine? [Re: double vanos] #5002017 02/05/19 12:49 PM
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The new 7.3 is indeed a pushrod engine. Cheap, simple, and plenty efficient for the rpm range they will be operating.


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Re: Fords new 7.3 liter engine is a pushrod engine? [Re: double vanos] #5002035 02/05/19 01:06 PM
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Yep, yep, and yep. Low end torque, lighter (to increase available payload for one), simple reliability and proven design durability. They'll probably put a 5w40 in it and never look back.

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Re: Fords new 7.3 liter engine is a pushrod engine? [Re: double vanos] #5002085 02/05/19 02:01 PM
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I take it the power ratings haven't been released for the 7.3L gas or the Gen 3 6.7L diesel ?


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Re: Fords new 7.3 liter engine is a pushrod engine? [Re: double vanos] #5002097 02/05/19 02:15 PM
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I'm curious to see how this engine does. I'll probably be in the truck market in a few years.


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Originally Posted by JLTD
Yep, yep, and yep. Low end torque, lighter (to increase available payload for one), simple reliability and proven design durability. They'll probably put a 5w40 in it and never look back.

Oil cap in the video I watched showed 5w-30.


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Originally Posted by Danno
I take it the power ratings haven't been released for the 7.3L gas or the Gen 3 6.7L diesel ?


Negative but the new 6.7 is rumored to be in the 500hp and 1000+ft-lb range.


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Re: Fords new 7.3 liter engine is a pushrod engine? [Re: Danno] #5002109 02/05/19 02:25 PM
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I take it the power ratings haven't been released for the 7.3L gas or the Gen 3 6.7L diesel ?


Now that RAM and GM have released their power and towing numbers, Ford will undoubtedly claim more.

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This should be a HORSE of an engine. Fords V10 was only a 6.8L mill if I recall. The Biggest gas truck engine to date was the GM 8.1L I just don't see the need for such a large gas engine that will undoubtedly get horrible economy. Why not just buy a diesel if you require this much towing capability?

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