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Im looking at buying a 2006 or 2007 5.9L and just wondering if there are any differences between the 2 years. i know the 6.7 has the emissions restrictions and all that and the 06 5.9 doesnt, im assuming the 07 5.9 is the same way but id like to know for sure before i make a purchase....any info is appreciated, thanks.
someone on here posted about the alternator being different. they had to change theirs. they said something along the lines of " dodge started using some 6.7 parts on the 5.9" i can't confirm because i own an 06 but im sure i read that here a few days ago.
06' 2500 QC SB 4x4, TRE Built 48re trans; EFI LIVE By cummins tuner; raptor 150; additional fuel filters; EV2 gauges x 4; 08.5 steering upgrade; 50hp MotorSport sticks
I had a 07 6.7 before I bought my truck now. I noticed the 6.7 is a little more high strung. By that I mean it seems to need more rpm to get the same power output as the older 5.9.
The other thing is the turbo is a VGT one and seemed to spool quicker off the line but was a little lagy when I was driving. Might have just being me.
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