The 6.7L Cummins is the latest of the B-series engine family, introduced mod-model year in 2007. With an introductory rating of 350 horsepower and 650 lb-ft of torque, it is also the most powerful B-series offered in a Dodge/Ram pickup. The 5.9L was replaced by the 6.7L due in-part to stricter Federal emissions regulations, not to mention the fact that the engine design was nearing 10 years old and a more advanced platform was necessary to stimulate future growth under growing constraints. It is the first Cummins to require a diesel particulate (DPF) system, which captures more than 90 percent of soot from the exhaust stream and cleans itself through a process known industry wide as “regeneration”. In June of 2015, it was announced that the 6.7L Cummins would produce up to 900 lb-ft for the 2016 model year Ram HD.
6.7 cummins performance
DPF Delete - The 6.7L Cummins is equipped with a diesel particulate filter. The device contributes to poor fuel economy and reduced performance, but more importantly can become clogged with soot once owners start tuning for more power. Delete kits are widely available, but are restricted to off-road use only. As such, we can only suggest this modification for off-road applications, as removing this emissions control device renders a vehicle inoperable for highway use.
6.7 cummins VS 6.7 powerstroke
6.7 Cummins : Notable features
• The 6.7L Cummins is offered with a manual transmission, though at a huge sacrifice in engine output (205 lb-ft of torque).
• Medium duty Aisin 6 speed automatic transmission backs the most powerful version of the engine.
• High output model is limited to the Ram 3500 model, not available on Ram 2500.
6.7 Powerstroke : Notable Features:
• CGI engine block saves on weight without compromising integrity.
• Significant performance and fuel economy improvements over previous Power Stroke model.
• Ford designed and buids this engine in house, the only manufacturer to do so.
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