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Old 01-08-2012, 03:08 PM
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Raced a 6.7 PSD

Like the title says I played with a very nice 6.7 last night on the interstate. My little ole 6.0 walked all over it from 50+ even let him catch up and did it again at 90+. Not sure if it was tuned but had to have been as we went over 100!

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What's the powerband like on a 6.7? I know our 6.0's like to stay up compared to a lot of diesels. I've been curious how fast they are. Cool deal!
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My buddy has a 2011 F250 CCSB King Ranch with an H&S, 5" exhaust, and an AFE cold air intake. I got mine back from getting the new oil cooler put in and we decided to lock horns out on the highway. I stomped him 3 consecutive times from a dead start in 2wd. And I might add that he has Nitto mud grapplers and I have Firestone Transforce ATs... Then we ran in 4Hi, and he got me right off the line and never got more than a truck length ahead of me. It surprised me my 8 year old piece of junk 6.0L could hang with that big new monster! lol. Win for us 6.0L owners!
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Lol yup!! I'm sure loving being looney!!!


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What's the powerband like on a 6.7? I know our 6.0's like to stay up compared to a lot of diesels. I've been curious how fast they are. Cool deal!
I'm not sure but it wasn't like racing another diesel it was to easy! And really wasn't sure if I wanted to but he pulled up beside me so...


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I'll fess up then, I wasn't even running a custom tune. Just a stock performance file. I've been waiting and waiting to get my truck lined up internally just right before I ordered a custom file. I need to do that soon, then give him another run!
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I'll fess up then, I wasn't even running a custom tune. Just a stock performance file. I've been waiting and waiting to get my truck lined up internally just right before I ordered a custom file. I need to do that soon, then give him another run!
Oh yea prolly want even touch u in 4hi then! I love it because everyone talks so much trash about our motors.


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I've got alot of respect for the 6.7's, I think they're a heck of an engine. And a few more years of them being out, alot more people are going to start cracking those safes open and really unlocking their potential. But for now, like I said earlier, my pile of junk no running gasket blowing hunk of trash 6.0L can still lay it down pretty dang good.
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I've got alot of respect for the 6.7's, I think they're a heck of an engine. And a few more years of them being out, alot more people are going to start cracking those safes open and really unlocking their potential. But for now, like I said earlier, my pile of junk no running gasket blowing hunk of trash 6.0L can still lay it down pretty dang good.
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Like the title says I played with a very nice 6.7 last night on the interstate. My little ole 6.0 walked all over it from 50+ even let him catch up and did it again at 90+. Not sure if it was tuned but had to have been as we went over 100!

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So because you went up to 100 mph it had to be tuned? That's the dumbest statement I've ever heard. I have a 6.7 and have hit 100 in stock trim, meaning no tuner. I'm sure your tuned and most likely the 6.7 wasn't. LOL, Whatever!
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