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Old 06-06-2010, 05:35 PM
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Dyno graph of bone stock 6.4L?

Does anyone have one that I can take a look at? Thanks.
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For what it is worth Diesel World had one for a 2008 F250 6.4 with 73,000 miles on it in their May 2010 magazine but I can't seem to find the article on-line. I do have the magazine and the numbers but apparently they are questionable so I will refrain from posting unless requested.
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For what it is worth Diesel World had one for a 2008 F250 6.4 with 73,000 miles on it in their May 2010 magazine but I can't seem to find the article on-line. I do have the magazine and the numbers but apparently they are questionable so I will refrain from posting unless requested.
I think I should have that issue. I'll look for it. Thanks.
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Ok got the issue and bone stock this truck made 303hp and 542 tq. Now I saw someone in the 6.7L made like 309 rwhp and 601rwtq. So that means the 6.4L is underrated for the hp part? Or do you guys think those numbers are off?
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I have seen 6.4's making anywhere from 270-305 bone stock. Who knows what true RWHP is. Every dyno is different.
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I have seen 6.4's making anywhere from 270-305 bone stock. Who knows what true RWHP is. Every dyno is different.
True. Also air temp, and I don't know if altitude makes a difference.
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Ok got the issue and bone stock this truck made 303hp and 542 tq.
That's my truck. And it's hard to say what is real. Numbers were weird that day, the stock numbers seemed on the high side and the tuned numbers were low...
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That's my truck. And it's hard to say what is real. Numbers were weird that day, the stock numbers seemed on the high side and the tuned numbers were low...
So do you work for that magizine? If so hook a fellow 6.4L brother up for a 2yr subscreption. Also I love the color of your truck. What is it? Hunter green?
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He works for Wide Open Performance, not Diesel World. They just chose his truck for their 6.4 "project truck"
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