F-150 PSD

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  1. 02SilverStroke

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    Looks like the F-150 PSD is finally becoming a reality. I'm sure it's going to be more expensive and looks like it will be a good alternative to the EcoBoost 3.5 engine. Just wish the diesel prices were a bit less.
     
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    Tell me about it. Do you know what size the engine will be?
     
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    Thanks for the info
     
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    The hp/torque specs are right off a OBS Powerstroke valve cover..
     
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    Thanks for that info, Jasper!
     
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    Should be a good engine. Now I see where Chevy will have an inline 6 diesel, plus Ram will be bring back their diesel early next year. 2019 should be very competitive for diesel half tons. I believe the F-150 PSD should get 30 mpg on the highway (as does the Ram EocDiesel). I'm sure GM will also try to get 30 mpg from their diesel. On a side note, I wish Ford would bring back the 4.9L inline 6 from a few years ago. Oh well, I can always dream. :)
     

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