Is it possible to put a 6.7L cummins diesel into a Ford Superduty pickup?

I really like the style of the new Ford Superduty pickups but the motor does not impress me. I like the fact that Cummins can produce more power, more torque, and get better milage with 2 less cylinders! I am just wondering if it is possible to take out the 6.4L powerstroke and put in the 6.7L Cummins.

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3 Responses to Is it possible to put a 6.7L cummins diesel into a Ford Superduty pickup?

  1. Doug W September 6, 2010 at 5:32 pm #

    Not worth the effort or money and headaches. And the correct spelling is CUMMINS not CUMMINGS like a previous answer had. It bugs me that I see that alll the time on here.

  2. krazybob613 September 6, 2010 at 5:32 pm #

    Possible – MAYBE.

    Degree of difficulty – somewhere between Double Diamond Expert and Developmental Engineering Specialist.

    Simply because there ain’t nothing that is going to fit. Period. While they are similar appearing on the outside, the clearances and mounting points and fittings are totally different between the Dodge and the Ford.

    You will have fewer issues and get similar results by finding a low mileage 7.3 in a donor truck to supply all the little un-plan able bits and pieces, because the basic engine and transmission mounts are the same and the fuel and electrical fittings will be for the most part interchangeable. But don’t forget to get the correct computer for the engine either.

  3. hmmm September 6, 2010 at 5:32 pm #

    if you did get it in there. you would have to find some one with great fab skills to make you motor mounts, i doubt the ford transmission will bolt up to the Cummings. I haven’t tried this one but I would guess you would need to grab the dodge trans have new mounts made and. you may have to change the drive shaft. as for wires that would be one heck of a custom job to tackle. i am sure if you succeeded in a sway of this kind you should document it and send it into Trucks on spike tv