The T444E is a Diesel V8 engine manufactured by Navistar International Corporation. It was used by Ford Motor Company, branded the Ford Power Stroke engine, from 1994 through 2003, replacing an earlier 7.3 L indirect-injection V8 from Navistar. It was replaced in 2003.5 (After December 31st 2002) by the 6.0 L VT365.
The T444E used a 104.4 mm bore and 106.2 mm stroke. Power output was 215 hp (205 kW) at 2800 rpm and 425 ft lbf (705 Nm) at 1600 rpm for 1994-1997. power was upped in 1999 to 235 hp at 2600 rpm and 500 ft lb of torque at 1600 rpm. in 2002 power was up to 250 hp at 2600 rpm and 525 ft lb of torque at 1600 rpm in automatics and 275 hp in manuals. International built nearly 2 million 7.3 L Power Stroke V8s for Ford at their Indianapolis, Indiana plant before switching to the 6.0. The 7.3 L powerstroke is considered one of the most reliable and durable diesels in the diesel world.
Also called Power Stroke
Successor Navistar VT365
1994.5-2003 Ford F-Series 2000-2003 Ford Excursion 1994.5-2003 Ford Econoline 1994-1998 Thomas International VistaInternational and Ford (E-series) bus chassis
Application: The HEUI test bench is designed to test up to four HEUI injectors, which are equipped on the following engines: · Navistar T444E, as Ford 7.3L Power Stroke Engines · Navistar DT466E · Navistar I530E · Caterpillar 3126B - Adapting Kits for Testing One Ford 6.0L Power Stroke Engine HEUI Injectors - Adapting Kits for Testing One CAT C7/C9 HEUI Injector - Adapting Kits for Testing One CAT 3408 HEUI Injector