no a powerstroke is the biggest peace of S H I T. cummins is the best diesel there is.
It can also depend on the year of the motors. The powerstroke 7.3 turbo diesel is a very strong motor that has done very well for Ford. The 6.0 powerstroke on the otherhand has done very poorly for Ford. The cummins also gets better fuel mileage than the powerstroke by around 5 mpg's just as a stock motor, but power adders will afect that. In my personal opinion i would would take the cummins over the powerstroke.
If you compare the 7.3L Powerstroke to the 5.9L Cummins, I'd say equal quality. If you compare the 6.0L Powerstroke to the 6.7L Cummins, Powerstroke loses. If you compare 6.4L Powerstroke to 6.7L Cummins I'd say equal quality for that one too. The new 6.7L Powerstroke produces more power than the 6.7L Cummins and it is supposed to be the best Powerstroke engine ever. The warranty has been extended from 100,000 miles to a 125,000 miles! I'm so excited about this new Powerstroke. Ford says it is designed for an easy 300,000 miles. I don't know. Only time will tell if the 6.7L Cummins is better than the 6.7L Powerstroke.The cummins would defeat the powerstroke no its the other way around you have no idea what your are talking about because the power stroke would kill the dodge there is no power in the dodge
Ford already owns some stock in Cummins. They own somewhere from 15% to 25% of stock in Cummins. You can find Cummins engines in Ford's F-650 and F-750. In Brazil, the Ford Ranger has an option of a 3.0L Powerstroke or a 2.7L Cummins.
Most people say that Cummins is the best diesel engine but not with the new 6.7L offered in Dodge Ram trucks. The Ford Powerstroke Diesels put out more power than the Cummins by 40 horsepower and 85 pound feet of torque. Also, the new 6.7L Cummins engine has been known to overheat, stall, and the turbos are blowing in them at around 30,000 to 40,000 miles. The Cummins can't idle for more than 6 minutes or it will overheat and shut off and you must take it to the dealer to get the problem fixed. Let's compare. 6.4L Powerstroke diesel does not overheat, does not stall, but there ARE turbo problems with them. But that is no problem with the new 2011 6.7L Powerstroke diesel. As for Duramax, they've always been behind in quality but not power. So I'd say, here in 2010, that Powerstroke is the BEST diesel engine available in a pickup truck.
The Cummins motor is not a "Dodge". Dodge does use the "b" series Cummins engine in its pick up trucks. Ford does use the Cummins in its F650 and larger trucks. NO, Ford never has used the Cummins Diesel as far as I know. Up until 2010 the Powerstroke was built by Navistar, formerly International Harvester. In 2010 Ford starting building the Powerstroke themselves but kept the name. Dodge uses the Cummins diesel and GM uses the Duramax which was designed jointly with isuzu.
The 7.3 powerstroke will most defninatley kill a 5.9 cummins anyday.
all depends on the driver of each and how it was cared for.. my 90 12v non turbo cummins with 300k miles can out pull my 08 turbo cummins with 68k miles any day of the week.
the cummins. Hands down. if you said any dodge older than a 2005, I'd go with the duramax, but the trannies in the 05 and up dodges are much better, and you cant beat a cummins for power and reliability.
Depends cummins powerstroke or duramax or even a little TDI Jetta are all different
yes a 5.9 cummins is bett than a derimax because it lasts longer, produces more horsepower, and torque, plus their the only engine that is a manual.
Ford IS NOT putting Cummins in their trucks. Chrysler Corporation and Cummins Diesel Engines, Inc. just signed a multi-year contract to keep Cummins engines in Dodge Ram Heavy Duty trucks. You can get a Cummins diesel in a Ford F-650 or Ford F-750. The F-250, F-350, F-450, and F-550 all have the Powerstroke diesel engines.
Oh! You suffering from the old POS Dodge dashboards cracking and forming holes? I feel your pain. You should've got a Ford Super Duty 7.3L Powerstroke. Much better engine, quality, and overall truck!
Actually, they are both rated at 650 ft lbs. of torque and 350 HP. I am not sure about the rpm's though.
since when did ford use a 5.9 cummins. 5.9 cummins is a dodge engineford in 1998 had 7.3 powerstrokefrom there it went to 6 lt then to a 6.4
Durability depends upon items not breaking or needing replacement. A cummins (6bt-like the ones in Dodge trucks) are of an inline design which by the nature of the beast has fewer parts-ie 6 pistons instead of 8 (Ford Powerstroke) which means less fuel injectors which means less...Basically if the two brands were put to a test the Cummins would have fewer parts to break than the Powerstroke. However, durability also must extend to the rest of the drivetrain ie- transmission, transfercase, axles, etc. As such one must consider all possibilities when deciding upon a truck. Durability depends upon items not breaking or needing replacement. A cummins (6bt-like the ones in Dodge trucks) are of an inline design which by the nature of the beast has fewer parts-ie 6 pistons instead of 8 (Ford Powerstroke) which means less fuel injectors which means less...Basically if the two brands were put to a test the Cummins would have fewer parts to break than the Powerstroke. However, durability also must extend to the rest of the drivetrain ie- transmission, transfercase, axles, etc. As such one must consider all possibilities when deciding upon a truck.
its a cummins if youre talking about the new 6.7 its got a lot, rem its a cummins and its a dodge, it only has the best inclass towing whats better
Depends on which engine you have. Caterpillar, Cummins, and Powerstroke diesels were available for the F750 at various times, as well as Triton gas engines.
Here's a few million mile pickup truck diesel engines - - - 7.3L IDI International (Ford), 6.9L IDI International (Ford), 7.3L Powerstroke Turbo Diesel (Ford), and the 5.9L Cummins I-6 engine (Dodge.) Of the newest diesel engines offered in the Big 3 trucks, I'd say #1 is the 6.7L Powerstroke Diesel, #2 6.6L Duramax, #3 6.7L Cummins.
The 7.3L Powerstroke (93 to 03) - - - 295 horsepower The 6.0L Powerstroke (03 to 07) - - - 325 horsepower The 6.4L Powerstroke (08 to 10) - - - 350 horsepower The 6.7L Powerstroke (11 to ??) - - - 390 horsepower
As compared to what? The 7.3l Ford Powerstroke is actually an Navistar school bus engine. It is specifically designed for light truck duty and stop-and-go driving. In that sense it is a better choice for a pickup than the 6-cylinder Cummins in the Dodge, which is designed for heavy trucks in over-the-road freight service. There are, however, many 4-cylinder diesels that are more efficient than eithe of these for light truck duty. But they are not typically available in the US.
Both are not fine. The Duramax is junk with the bad Allison transmission. I owned a 2000 F-350 with the 7.3L Powerstroke for 8 years. It was the best engine. Powerstroke . They pwer stroke will pull pretty much anything you need to pull. the power stroke is way better , and the power delivery felt the . The Duramax was junk to me and every body else
Everyone is gonna have their own opinion on this. Mine is yes, it is a great engine. In my opinion it is faster than dodge's and ford's diesel engines, and when it comes to towing, it will definitely hold its own. In my opinion, the duramax tows better than the powerstroke and is comparable to the cummins which might come out above duramax when it comes to towing a huge load. This is all my opinion though, I have yet to see an accurate and reliable side by side comparison of the three.
It's possible, but probably not feasible. You need to know the exact model of your transmission to know if it'll be compatible with the Power Stroke.
No. At one time, they owned less than 10% of Cummins stock, and that's where this rumor stems from.
How do you replace a starter on 2003 powerstroke
by putting water in the gas tank
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