ops that sounds a bit blunt.
ok the HS 2,8 tgv, some times called the Vixen or td380
the next development id what was branded as a power stroke, if i remember correctly i think only the con-rods were common with the TGV
both that and the following development a 3ltr comonrail were both marketed as " power stroke" this was to bounce off the V8 power stroke brand.
as i posted before, power stroke, was a type of injection system
i found this https://www.google.com.au/search?q=powe ... En9DYgc%3D
and thishttps://www.google.com.au/search?q=powe ... En9DYgc%3D
nopw that's power stroke dealt with
Cummings vers Isuzu.
contrary to what some one posted before. GM purchased Cummings and brought into isuzu. GM USA had no access to diesel motors. there last temp was the 5.7 V8 which was a bit of a dog.
the Cummings 6 bd, are very much a copy of the isuzu 6bd. a little more refined but no difference in performance but also open to a wide range of tune.
its the 4 cylinder version wich is in the ADF 110 and 6x6.
so the 4bd1 which started out life as a marine motor in the 60s and dropped by isuzu in the late 90s. 3.9 ltr, the 4bd2 is indirect injection soe we skip over them, the 4BB, same block but a 3.6 ltr, a much smother and better revving motor.
and of course you can slap some rather large turbo s on them. not an uncommon conversion into both latter 110s and rangies. actually a turbo 4 BB at about 18psi, ms gear box would be one of the quickest and nicest rangies i have ever driven
and before i cop flack for be a blow ass and a know it all, i may be in Australia but i came here directly from russia where i worked on a new line (plant) for Volvo ( motors) which was managed by international motors. that was after a few years in china before that Thailand or toy truck land etc