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FORD 7.3 POWERSTROKE COMPILATION PART 1 - PURE SOUND - ROLLING COAL



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All that gitty up and no go lol🤣. 7.3 is a absolute terd that's why they last forever!
I’ll never forget my 7.3 Rest In Peace old friend
6:24 he floors it and the check engine light comes on😂😂😂
rules of a powerstroke in your Ford pick-up

Six-Oh, it's got to go

Seven-Three, let it be...
Proud owner of an 02 7.3 myself. 120k original miles
3:08 is an idi
OBS all the way! 🤙🏼
All I hear is insecure men screaming my penis is small
Opening sound should have been the sound of a camed 7.3
1:25 is a 6.0, can hear the vgt turbo and the badges and the 04.5-07 front end and there are several 7.3 idi’s running turbo kits. completely different engine only thing that they share is displacement.
Hands down one of the best truck engines there is out there.
My dad had a 2003 f350 lariat 4door with a straight pipe a chip and a 8inch lift with some 37s, I missed that truck
Ummm that was a 6.0 at 1:28
Love my 7.3 but I think 6.0’s sound way better!
At 7:12 you can see a Ford doing it's job pulling out a chevy
At 3:07 that one isn't a powerstroke that's a 7.3 idi, but still a 7.3 is a 7.3, AMERICA
I love 7.3 engines
3:05 why does it sound canned?
what did his engine light come on at 6:21?
The 4wd is wonderful in this truck u can turn it on and push and ur out


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Coal is primarily used as a solid fuel to produce electricity and heat through combustion. World coal consumption was about 7.25 billion tonnes in 2010 The price of coal increased from around $30.00 per short ton in 2000 to around $150.00 per short ton as of September 2008. In early 2015, it was trading near $56/ton.