Ford Motor Company Power Stroke

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Power Stroke is a line of diesel engines found in Ford SUVs, vans, pickup trucks and commercial vehicles. The V8 engines were produced by Navistar until 2010. Starting with the 2011 model year, Ford began to build their own diesel engines. Under Ford, the Power Stroke line has expanded to include inline-5 and V6 engines. However, the inline-4 diesel engines used in the 2019–present Transit Connect minivan and 2020–present full-sized Transit are not part of the Power Stroke line.

Models

Current

Engine
displacement
Years Cylinders Cylinder
bore
Piston
stroke
Power output Torque output Dry weight Notes
3.0L "Lion" (183 cu. in.) 2018-present 6 n/a n/a 250 hp (190 kW) 440 lb.ft. (600 Nm) n/a
  • Exclusive to the F-150 pickup.
3.2L "Duratorq" (195 cu. in.) 2015-present 5 n/a n/a 185-200 hp (138-150 kW) 350 lb.ft. (470 Nm) n/a
6.7L "Scorpion" (387 cu. in.) 2011-present 8 n/a n/a 390-440 hp (291-330 kW) 735-860 lb.ft. (997-1,166 Nm) n/a
  • First Power Stroke not to be based on a Navistar engine.
  • Torque output increased to to 925 lb.ft. (1,254 Nm) at 1800rpm in 2017.

Past

Engine
displacement
Years Cylinders Cylinder
bore
Piston
stroke
Power output Torque output Dry weight Notes
6.0L (365 cu. in.) 2003-2010 8 3.74" (95 mm) 4.13" (105 mm) 325 hp 560 lb.ft. (759 Nm) or 570 lb.ft (773 Nm) n/a
  • Based on the Navistar VT365.
  • Torque output increased to 570 lb.ft (773 Nm) in 2005.
6.4L (387 cu. in.) 2008-2010 8 3.86" (98 mm) 4.13" (105 mm) 350 hp (260 kW) @ 3000 rpm 650 lb.ft. (880 Nm) @ 2000 rpm n/a
  • Based on the Navistar MaxxForce 7.
7.3L (444 cu. in.) 1994-2003 8 4.11" 4.18" 210-275 hp 425-570 lb.ft. 920 lb (420 kg)
  • Based on the Navistar T444E.