do you think this is a result of the emssions standards?
One word: performance. Ive wanted a twin turbo Cummins Dodge since like 98, way before there were any kits out there. You cant take a gasser, make it put 700hp to the tires, and drive it everyday reliably, in my opinion. Plus the fact I need 4x4 in the winter, I had to get a truck. So combine the two, there was only one truck on the market that would give me what I wanted. And Im a Mopar man at heartthen why do you own a diesel truck if you dont haul or tow anything??
That's what I was thinking. There seem to be lots of guys here who are into horsepower for the sake of it, which is fine for them, but it just seems silly to me to think of a truck in any terms other than the work I want it to do.then why do you own a diesel truck if you dont haul or tow anything??
Everybody wavin their panties hoping for a Ford with a Cummins can stop. Itll never happen. Guaranteed. Not now. Not in 10 years. Not in 20. Im not saying itll be in a Dodge in 20 years pray: please, please, please) but itll be a cold day in hell when a Ford rolls off the assembly line with a Cummins under the hood. If Dodge and Cummins split, I foresee Cummins leaving the light-duty market, not going with Ford or GM or another manufacturer with the I-6...
:hehe: :hehe: No they didnt. Not a single Ford, 95 or otherwise, rolled off the assembly line with a Cummins under the hood. Not one. (again, excluding the 650/750)Ford used to own a considerable share in Cummins. In 95' the F250 and F350's had 12v Cummins in them from the factory for a short period of time. I have only seen one of them in person. A very very rare truck.