Power Stroke Wins With Technology

Sept. 20, 2010
All three entries boast jaw-dropping torque and ultra-low emissions, but the innovative architecture, advanced materials and excellent NVH characteristics of Ford’s Power Stroke stand out as minimal-lag turbocharger and reverse-flow cylinder heads deliver linear, effortless power.

FLAT ROCK, MI – All three entries boast jaw-dropping torque and ultra-low emissions, but the innovative architecture, advanced materials and excellent NVH characteristics of Ford’s Power Stroke stand out as minimal-lag turbocharger and reverse-flow cylinder heads deliver linear, effortless power.

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