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Old 12-19-2013, 07:31 PM   #29
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I did not know that Cummins was using coolant cooling also with their turbo's. It certainly does not seem to be the norm but seems like a really good idea. I think it is pretty standard on gas turbo's but don't remember seeing any diesel trucks with it. If I get a chance, I will have to see if the 6.7L Cummins in the medium trucks also have coolant cooling also. With everything all painted the same color and never needed to go into a turbo yet, I am curious. Unless you already know that. Almost positive the Cat C7 does not.
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I have a problem with a company that in this day and age could have built an engine that spits out spark plugs. I just don't trust their engineering skills.
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Badmouth Ford all you want. You have a 33 model still running! Ford built air plains during WW2. Jeep and Ford won the war. Honda mows my grass. Have driven most all Honda SUVs, no thanks, Ford is light years ahead.
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I did not know that Cummins was using coolant cooling also with their turbo's. It certainly does not seem to be the norm but seems like a really good idea. I think it is pretty standard on gas turbo's but don't remember seeing any diesel trucks with it.
On the Rams, the water-cooled Holset HE351VE VGT was introduced on January 1, 2007 with the introduction of the 6.7L Cummins engines.

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