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Old 09-20-2012, 04:35 PM
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cummings vs powerstroke

I am and diesel mechanic going on 28yrs now. The cummingd engine

is the best diesel on the market today hands down

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all engines use the same components,pistons,valves etc. If upgraded with superior parts you have an engine that,,,,,,,,,?
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What's your point and who cares.
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Hmmmm, first post and this. Cummins are ok but the new ones are smogged up the wazoo and compared to the PS and Dmax's, its a dog,
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Im would think after 28 yrs you could spell Cummins
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The 03 LB7 DMax is the best for getting power out of since they don't have all the smog junk. My 07 LBZ DMax with EFI Live is a good runner, can't complain. Most Cummins are noisey and have a weird exhaust sound but these are just my opinions.
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Who cares what a single/first (and probably only) post troll thinks - if he wants to blast some engine manufacturer's product, let him do it on a diesel site.

Jon, where are you when we need you to 'dump' these guys?
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Diesel engines...........

Most all diesel engines are good,its the junk outside of the engine that gives big trouble,injectors,injector pumps,glow plugs,and wiring,vacum system and turbos.
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Who cares what a single/first (and probably only) post troll thinks - if he wants to blast some engine manufacturer's product, let him do it on a diesel site.

Jon, where are you when we need you to 'dump' these guys?
exactly..!! WHO CARES????

probably this was his first time in front of a computer, he can't even type or spell Cummins
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