There isn’t a huge mpg difference between the two, especially if you are towing/hauling.Nostalgia = more fuel to go slower.... But it sounds good....lol.
There isn’t a huge mpg difference between the two, especially if you are towing/hauling.
There is also less going on with the Coyote which will never need a turbo, turbo oiling lines, intercooler etc or coke valves.
A catch can is a good investment on a DI only Ecoboost...
If you go used the early 2.7’s had out of round bore problems and excessively used oil. Turn about fair play though the second gen Coyotes had bore problems too when they changed sleeve liners.
Both should be fixed by now but it is something to watch out for (aka not something you want to deal with out of warranty)
I have bounced all over but I keep coming back to wanting a new Ranger myself.
Benjamin had a theory that to truly understand something, one had to leave it and then comeback to it in a roundabout way..We're doing a reverse Xmas thing here in Colorado. My wife has been 3cm dilated for the past week and a half, yet miraculously no baby... We've been told by the doctors to expect her "in the next week" for almost a month now!
That said, I've been compared favorably to Robert Pirsig a few times over the years... I haven't read it yet, but I guess I should add it to the stack on my bedside table... It's only a foot thick right now, so maybe I'll get there eventually. If it's light, it may float to the top. I doubt I'll have had enough sleep for a while for anything super heavy.
(Edit: Just ordered a copy off Amazon)
De nada! Thanks for the imagery as a compliment! That sort of post is why I spend more time here than the Colorado-specific forum!
I'm not familiar with Walter Benjamin. Please enlighten us!