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Old 05-13-2022, 09:13 AM   #29
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I dont get this. Why would Cummins who makes the best diesel engine in the Ram trucks go to gasoline. Nox emissions is already near zero. A gas version will have less torque, worse fuel mileage. The again I'm not an engineer.
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I read Europe which are heavily diesel in car use is banning them. ( diesels) Perhaps they see the writing on the wall.
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Old 05-13-2022, 11:06 AM   #31
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I dont get this. Why would Cummins who makes the best diesel engine in the Ram trucks go to gasoline. Nox emissions is already near zero. A gas version will have less torque, worse fuel mileage. The again I'm not an engineer.
They're not quitting on the CTD. It's Ram that wants the gas 6.7 for certain vehicles.
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It is called Agnostic engine platform . 6.7 gas ,diesel and NG . The bottom end of the engines will be the same head gasket up different . You can Google the info . Pretty impressive .
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