Even if you did, say you upgraded an intake who sells an aftermarket 460 efi intake? Who knows what I will end up with later????? Then he was to look at a 1999 F250 V10 4x4 later today. The towing ability is like day and night, and the cost is a fraction of the diesel. It has worked hard but the rust factor has killed me. It has plenty of power without a trailer, and carries 3500 lbs. I have not heard yet how he liked it. The V10 Super Duty will probably get better mileage my '90 460 sucks fuel like there's no tomorrow.
I worked on quite a few of them in the 90s and the biggest improvement you could make, was installing an adjustable timing chain. If you are going to pull a trailer, get the V-10. Don Corkran 6-24-08 This is not a techie answer. But both are good engines and I wouldn't let the engine sway my decision. I had an 03 2500 with the 6. The V10 is more effiecent and has a much wider powerband.
Ford has buried that engine when they should have been proud of it. Fact is after reading all the stuff on the ng I think I did the right thing for a beginner! Any opinions of these trucks, and if the V10 is a no-no. Jack Cassidy Barrie Brozenske 11. In the F-250, this configuration was rated at 310 horsepower and a solid 425 pound-feet of torque. If one thinks of the engine as an air pump, which it is, which one do you think pumps more air: , or? And the V-8 should be a little easier on fuel when your not workin it.
All of this stuff has rotted out to the point of failure. I have a 1990 F350 4X4 Crewcab and an Excursion built on Super Duty Chassis. Last summer I got a v10 in a E350 super duty regular van and the towing mileage went to 10. I sometimes pull a bobcat for snow removal but it doesn't snow often enough to worry about. V-10 gets better mileage, but the 460 could pull away from the V-10 in a race without breaking a sweat. Different years have varying power and torque ratings, but the v10 is the stronger engine. Just test drove a new Ford F250 with the 7.
He was smart and did not forward this to the new owner. I shake my head at the balance shaft and other devices used to eliminate harmonics when it wasn't necessary. Now I have a 4 wheel drive 05 F-350 with 4. All Postings that advertise items for sale will be deleted from the Discussion Forum. I do not think that waxing nostalgic, about what coulda been, is necessarily a bad thing.
Plus your getting a Dana 50 straight axle versus the Twin-Trac beam on the '90 and 4-wheel disc brakes on the '99. Minor dents in each, but basicly both in good to very good cosmetic, no rust of any kind to be expected here. It's been a good engine, 78k total miles, 33k from us, getting 8. V-10 gets better mileage, but the 460 could pull away from the V-10 in a race without breaking a sweat. When it was new, the mileage was horrible, now I am getting around 13-14 mpg with my rough driving techniques.
Believe me, you get accustomed to the noise. There is no comparison between a 95' 460 and an 01-07' V10. I had a 2 wheel drive 04 F250 with the 5. Just a few thoughts on what I wasted time on the last 20 years, should of spent the time on the Mach 1 and it would be done now. It has much more torque and pulls a lot better in my opinion. Fees are available at: dtbla. Blue Bird Vision school buses are available with a version of the Ford V10 converted to run on propane.
It beat it all around. Ronald Clifton 8-19-08 Re Ford 460 V8 vs triton V10, which is the most reliable? I don't hear it anymore. New truck is nice, chassis is much more heavy duty. I did not ride in it. The truck will handle it, but don't get stopped or have an accident. Chrysler got it right, why Ford didn't I'll never know. Sooner - Before you buy that F250, check the real payload numbers.
Jhooch 66 Ford F100 390 64 Galaxie now motorless will be 428 62 F100 Unibody 262 I6, 4sp 76 F250 4X4 Crewcab, 360, 4sp 05 Excursion 6. Both have about 145K on them. I bought an '06 with the Duramax. I heard rumors a couple years later that it got pulled out of water waist deep somewhere but I could never prove it. ? The V10 was used primarily in applications where Ford truck customers might be looking for a gasoline alternative to a diesel. I am on my 3rd set of doors, floors have been fixed twice, hood, fenders, quarter patches, gas tanks twice, sending units, heads, exhaust manifolds, all but one of the frame crossmembers, brake proportioning valve, oil pan twice, etc, etc. All of this stuff has rotted out to the point of failure.
Then he was to look at a 1999 F250 V10 4x4 later today. Went down the road fine, never overheated. I was lucky enough to drive nearly identical 30' class a's, one 1997 460 and one 1999 V10, so much smoother and more powerfull was the V10, I was falling in love. As such, the big mill was found in ¾ and 1-ton pickups, medium-duty vans, van cutaways, and chassis cabs. It has much more torque and pulls a lot better in my opinion. Any opinions of these trucks, and if the V10 is a no-no. .