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 Posted: Mon Jan 8th, 2018 06:11 am
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Scrambler82 wrote: OK, so the time has passed for free shipping, missed it !
I have been trying to get Cummins to send the emission specs on the engine, for a while now, so I can attempt to get a CA Emission Approval for the R2.8L in a Ranger and in turn get the engine swap done but I still have not got Cummins to help me out !

The 9K$ price tag is a big one but compared to buying new 9K isn't so bad.

Any info out there other than from Cummins ?

This engine in a Ranger will be the best thing goin !


"The Cummins R2.8 Turbo Diesel (PN 5467036) has demonstrated through the testing procedures prescribed in 40 CFR Part 86 to meet EPA’s Tier 0 (LDT 1 and 2) and Tier 1 emissions standards (LDT 2 weighing less than 4000 lb complete weight). This means that the R2.8 generally is suitable for Model Year 1999 or earlier light duty trucks. However, the suitability of the R2.8 engine to any vehicle is the responsibility of the installer and may depend on state or area laws.  Installation of this part in a vehicle for which it is not intended may violate U.S. and Canadian laws and regulations related to motor vehicle emissions.  Check your state and local emissions requirements before purchasing."

U.S. EPA

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If you were to get all NEW Ford parts, the cost would start out like this:
Block- $3200 +$650 Core
Head- $1300 X2 / [Re-mans $550-620 ea]

See how that's starting to add up? You'd get to $8000 pretty quick. $9k for a tq monster with a side benefit of MPG and a severly long term life of an engine isnt a bad deal but certainly not for the average DIY enthusiast.




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