Husker Diesel Performance - Dodge Cummins
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The Cummins "12-valve" was the first member of the "B" engine family to be used in a light truck vehicle. The 6BT used Robert Bosch GmbH fuel systems, injector, and VE rotary pump and P7100 inline...More Details »
Midway through model year 1998, the Dodge Ram switched from the 6BT to the ISB to meet updated emissions requirements. Like other ISB's, these engines started out using the Bosch VP44 rotary...More Details »
For the 2003 model year, the Cummins was introduced with Bosch high pressure common rail fuel injection, again increasing power output.The 2003 rating for the Dodge truck was released at 305...More Details »
The B6.7 is the latest version of the B Series. It is currently the largest straight-six engine produced for a light duty truck. The Inline six-cylinder turbo diesel, direct fuel injection produced 385HP and 865 lb-ft of torque.