Ford's New 6.7 Turbo Diesel - Quiet Test

A short video on the sound difference between the past and new versions of the Ford V8 turbo Diesel.

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2011 Super Duty - Quiet Diesel
6.2L 2V SOHC V8 Gasoline Engine: • 385 horsepower @ 5500 rpm(1) • 405 lb.-ft. of torque @ 4500 rpm(1) • 316 horsepower @ 4179 rpm(2) • 397 lb.-ft. of torque @ 4179 rpm(2) • Flex Fuel (E85)-capable • Large-bore architecture -- Helps improve engine breathing with larger intake and Exhaust valves -- Allows for a shorter stroke design for faster engine speeds (higher engine rpm) and increased horsepower • Single overhead camshaft (SOHC) valvetrain with roller-rocker shafts allow for enhanced camshaft design to help provide low-speed torque delivery • SOHC valvetrain enhances intake and Exhaust port layout and helps improve engine breathing • Dual-equal variable camshaft timing enhances the opening and closing of the intake and Exhaust valves during the combustion cycle for a balance of power, fuel efficiency and emissions • Fail-Safe Engine Cooling System • Two spark plugs per cylinder: -- Help efficiently burn the air/fuel mixture in each cylinder to help increase torque delivery and fuel efficiency -- Help maintain a smooth idle quality • Dual knock sensors -- Allow the spark timing of each cylinder to be enhanced in real time throughout the engine speed range • Efficient engine crankcase breathing helps improve torque capability at higher engine speeds • Piston cooling jets -- Squirt oil on the underside of each piston to help lower the operating temperature of the pistons, especially under heavy-duty operating conditions • Organic Acid Technology (OAT) orange engine coolant • Electronic throttle control (ETC) • Oil-Life Minder 6.7L PowerStroke V8 turbo Diesel Engine: • 400 horsepower @ 2800 rpm • 800 lb.-ft. of torque @ 1600 rpm • The cleanest Power Stroke diesel engine ever • Ford-engineered, Ford-tested and Ford-built • Biodiesel capability up to B20 -- Designed to handle a mixture of up to 20% biodiesel by volume and 80% petroleum diesel fuel -- Biodiesel of ASTM D7467 Grade S15 (15 ppm sulfur maximum) should be used • Compacted graphite iron (CGI) deep-skirt engine block and aluminum cylinder heads help reduce weight while maintaining maximum strength for the horsepower and torque capacity of the Power Stroke V8 -- First North American use of CGI in a Super Duty-class vehicle -- CGI is stronger than traditional cast iron • Aluminum cylinder heads -- Help reduce weight -- Feature dual water jackets for enhanced cooling and increased strength -- Six-head-bolt design helps improve sealing and maintain cylinder integrity • Unique inboard Exhaust design -- An automotive industry first for a modern production diesel engine -- Helps reduce Exhaust system volume and heat transfer to the engine compartment -- Helps improve throttle response -- Helps improve NVH (noise, vibration and harshness) characteristics • Single-sequential turbocharger -- Includes an industry-first double-sided compressor wheel mounted on a single shaft -- Combines the advantages of a twin-turbocharged system (fast throttle response) and a large turbocharged system (ability to compress and force air into the engine for more power) into one unit -- Provides up to 30 psi of Boost -- Features a center-mounted pedestal design at the rear of the engine to help improve NVH characteristics and access for service • High-pressure common-rail fuel injection -- Utilizes piezo injector technology to deliver fuel at 30,000 psi -- Delivers up to 5 fuel injections per combustion cycle for excellent throttle response, fuel efficiency and NVH characteristics -- Delivers quiet operation throughout the entire rpm range (similar to gasoline-engine noise levels) -- Helps the Power Stroke V8 meet the latest diesel emissions standards • Instant-start glow plugs help provide quick engine starts, even in extremely cold conditions • Structural oil pan bolts to the engine block and transmission to help improve powertrain stiffness • Organic Acid Technology (OAT) orange engine coolant • Intelligent Oil-Life Monitor





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