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Ford 330 CI Diesel Six

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Ford 330 CI Diesel Six

Post #1 by argo » Thu Jul 14, 2011 5:02 pm

Has anyone seen one of these and do you have dimensions on it? If I go diesel with my F-150, I'd like to keep it Ford, and keep it a six. This engine looks like a 300 (except the intake and exhaust are on the wrong side) and it is also an industrial engine, like the 300. It might be like a 300 except better!


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It was a 1996 2wd Ford F-150 300ci Inline 6 NP-435 2.73:1 8.8" Rear;
It is a 1996 4wd Ford F-150 300ci Inline 6, C6 Transmission, 3.55:1 axles (limited slip in rear), BW 1356 manual shift transfer case with manual hubs
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Re: Ford 330 CI Diesel Six

Post #2 by StrangeRanger » Thu Jul 14, 2011 5:46 pm

Link??


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Re: Ford 330 CI Diesel Six

Post #3 by argo » Thu Jul 14, 2011 5:56 pm

Oops... I thought I had posted them. Here they are:

This one is for a stationary application:
http://www.purplewave.com/cgi-bin/mnlist.cgi?100825A/3017/showall

This one is for a marine application:
http://www.marineengine.com/boat-forum/showthread.php?292869-Help-to-identify-an-engine

IIRC they were also used in L8000 trucks.


"The Argo" 321,000 miles and counting
It was a 1996 2wd Ford F-150 300ci Inline 6 NP-435 2.73:1 8.8" Rear;
It is a 1996 4wd Ford F-150 300ci Inline 6, C6 Transmission, 3.55:1 axles (limited slip in rear), BW 1356 manual shift transfer case with manual hubs
"Ah Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha! I Swear! Tractors is so dumb!" - Mater

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Re: Ford 330 CI Diesel Six

Post #4 by bubba22349 » Thu Jul 14, 2011 7:09 pm

Looks like a big heavy engine maybe in a F250 or F350 with the firewall moved back some


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Re: Ford 330 CI Diesel Six

Post #5 by Cool23 » Thu Jul 14, 2011 7:09 pm

Sorry to disapoint you but it is not a Ford.
That is a Lister Diesel made in the UK.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/R_A_Lister_and_Company

Ford used many different Diesels over the year and that includes Cummins, Perkins and Lister.

Perkins have been used in the Courier / Mazda and Cummins in some of the bigger trucks. Not sure what the Lister was used in.


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Re: Ford 330 CI Diesel Six

Post #6 by argo » Thu Jul 14, 2011 10:38 pm

Dammit! :roll: I got the idea from an old diesel textbook I bought at the local thrift shop for $5.00. It was published in 1979, and showed pictures of this engine, a 330 Cu In "Ford" diesel inline six. I got excited when I saw it, because (especially in the book) it looked about the same size as a full-dress 300 EFI engine. I wish the 300 were a viable engine to convert into diesel. I want a diesel, but I love my 300. I am so torn!


"The Argo" 321,000 miles and counting
It was a 1996 2wd Ford F-150 300ci Inline 6 NP-435 2.73:1 8.8" Rear;
It is a 1996 4wd Ford F-150 300ci Inline 6, C6 Transmission, 3.55:1 axles (limited slip in rear), BW 1356 manual shift transfer case with manual hubs
"Ah Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha! I Swear! Tractors is so dumb!" - Mater

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Re: Ford 330 CI Diesel Six

Post #7 by StrangeRanger » Thu Jul 14, 2011 11:05 pm

4BT

4BT

4BT

:rolflmao:


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Re: Ford 330 CI Diesel Six

Post #8 by nevrenufhp » Thu Jul 14, 2011 11:55 pm

Ford/ New Holland did make a diesel for the med duty trucks from 86 to early 93. They were a 6.6 or 7.8. I have a 6.6 in my garage and dag nabbit, its big. If i put it in my Bumpside, it will be sitting 5-6" into the interior. Almost as long as a DT466.


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Re: Ford 330 CI Diesel Six

Post #9 by argo » Fri Jul 15, 2011 9:04 am

StrangeRanger wrote:4BT

4BT

4BT

:rolflmao:

I know, I know! Or (cheaper and I have a few in my possession already) a 6.2L or 6.5L. I don't know yet. This truck is still bulletproof, so I won't be messing with it until I do my diesel station wagon to be the backup family car for the diesel Suburban.


"The Argo" 321,000 miles and counting
It was a 1996 2wd Ford F-150 300ci Inline 6 NP-435 2.73:1 8.8" Rear;
It is a 1996 4wd Ford F-150 300ci Inline 6, C6 Transmission, 3.55:1 axles (limited slip in rear), BW 1356 manual shift transfer case with manual hubs
"Ah Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha! I Swear! Tractors is so dumb!" - Mater

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Re: Ford 330 CI Diesel Six

Post #10 by Cool23 » Fri Jul 15, 2011 9:27 pm

argo wrote:Dammit! :roll: I got the idea from an old diesel textbook I bought at the local thrift shop for $5.00. It was published in 1979, and showed pictures of this engine, a 330 Cu In "Ford" diesel inline six. I got excited when I saw it, because (especially in the book) it looked about the same size as a full-dress 300 EFI engine. I wish the 300 were a viable engine to convert into diesel. I want a diesel, but I love my 300. I am so torn!


:lol: So do what I did had a Rod with an inline 6 and put the Diesel in another project.
My 1923 T Roadster with the 6 is not good as an every day car (to travel far) and the 1948 Truck with the Diesel is great for long hauls.


StrangeRanger wrote:4BT

4BT

4BT

:rolflmao:


Those 4BT engines are like HENS TEETH here in Australia. But I have to agree if you can find one go for it.

nevrenufhp wrote:Ford/ New Holland did make a diesel for the med duty trucks from 86 to early 93. They were a 6.6 or 7.8. I have a 6.6 in my garage and dag nabbit, its big. If i put it in my Bumpside, it will be sitting 5-6" into the interior. Almost as long as a DT466.


I also believe they used them in tractors and have seen a clip on You Tube with a conversion into the F series type truck. You also see them as Gen sets on old rail rail carriages as that was the last time I got to see one. No Turbo and you need a Diesel with a Turbo if possible..


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Re: Ford 330 CI Diesel Six

Post #11 by bubba22349 » Sat Jul 16, 2011 3:08 am

New Holland also used the Perkins I6 diesel I have worked on one in an International truck about 1 1/2 or 2 ton. Cat made a small V8 diesel that was lightweight and compact.


A bad day Drag Racing is still better than a good day at work!

I am still hunting for a project car to build but with my current low budget it's not looking so good. My Ex- Fleet of Sixes these are all long gone! :bang: 1954 Customline 223 3 speed with O/D, 1963 Fairlane project drag car with BB6, 1977 Maverick 250 with C4, 1994 F-150 a 300 with 5 speed.

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Re: Ford 330 CI Diesel Six

Post #12 by Cool23 » Sat Jul 16, 2011 9:06 pm

Cummins are working on a Small V8 and V6 Diesel. I've heard it is going in a small Dodge Pickup.
Ford have a Diesel in the Teritory here (Australia) now and it was based on a Landrover Diesel.


V8's are great but Six Inlines Just Fine. Cummins Advert.



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