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Re: Pickup trucks. A video for all who think the hemi has no hp

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05-24-2013 19:11:51

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Why do you keep comparing your 2500 to a F-150? At least compare it to a F-250, V8 to V8. If you are buying an Eco boost you are buying it for economy, not heavy hauling or sound. The Eco-boost was designed to use turbos. Turbos have been used on gas motors for years(Grand National,Porsche,Mercedes, and yes even Dodge cars.) If you are truly proud of the American sound , Why did you buy a Mexican made truck? There is a reason Ford has been the best selling truck for many years.

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05-24-2013 20:04:01

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 Re: Pickup trucks. A video for all who think the hemi has no hp in reply to bha, 05-24-2013 19:11:51  
And not all the dodge trucks are made in Mexico, just some, they are also made in Saint Louis Assembly North in Fenton, Missouri, United States; and Warren Truck Assembly in Warren, Michigan, so there are some made in the U.S. whether you like it or not dodge is an American name. And the hemi is defiantly an American motor.

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05-25-2013 17:29:46

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 Re: Pickup trucks. A video for all who think the hemi has no hp in reply to G1355, 05-24-2013 20:04:01  
better check again the st.louis plant has been gone for years now. so they aint making them there!!It is an empty flat lot now.

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05-24-2013 20:00:11

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 Re: Pickup trucks. A video for all who think the hemi has no hp in reply to bha, 05-24-2013 19:11:51  
Watch the video, the hemi, beats the 6.2 f250, yeah cars use turbos, the little 4 bangers, but the hemi is a v8 that puts out 395hp with no turbo. And also don't know why you'd buy a ecoboost, dodge has the best fuel economy, might be a v6 but it gets 25mpg. Might be made in Mexico, but it will have less problems than the ford, and pull more.

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